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This issue contains 17 articles in total
- Domesticity in Magical-Realist Postcolonial Fiction Reversals of Representation in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
- Politicizing Spanish-Mexican Domesticity, Redefining Fronteras : Jovita González's Caballero and Cleofas Jaramillo's Romance of a Little Village Girl
- Being Annie Oakley: Modern Girls, New World Woman
- To-Do List before Writing a Poem:; The Dance
- Working on the Domestic Frontier: American Indian Domestic Servants in White Women's Households in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1920-1940
- Domestic Service and Frontier Feminism: The Call for a Woman Visitor to "Half-Caste" Girls and Women in Domestic Service, Adelaide, 1925-1928
- Trade; The Armoury; Equivocation
- Nineteenth-Century French Women, the Home, and the Colonial Vision: Les Sauvages de la Mer Pacifique Wallpaper
- Domestic Disclosures: Letters and the Representation of Cross-Cultural Relations in Early Colonial New South Wales
- "This Is the Mark of the Widow": Domesticity and Frontier Conquest in Colonial South Africa
- "Dirty Domestics and Worse Cooks": Aboriginal Women's Agency and Domestic Frontiers, Southern Australia, 1800-1850
- Making Tasmania Home: Louisa Meredith's Colonizing Prose
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