1. Tara Daly
    Christian BendayŠn: Queering the Archive from Iquitos, Peru
  2. Rafael De La Dehesa
    NGOs, Governmentality, and the Brazilian Response to AIDS: A Multi-Stranded Genealogy of the Current Crisis
  3. Jean Kane
    Parastou Forouhar’s Domestic Sublime
  4. Alexandra Ketchum
    “The Place We’ve Always Wanted to Go But Never Could Find”: Finding Woman Space in Ontario’s Feminist Restaurants and Cafes, 1974–1982
  5. Jennifer Nash
    Feminist Credentials: Notes on the Politics of Women’s Studies Graduate Certificates
  6. CARLA RICE
    The Spectacle of the Child Woman: Troubling Girls in/and the Science of Early Puberty
  7. PAUL MOKRZYCKI RENFRO                 
    “Hunting These Predators”: The Gender Politics of Child Protection in the Post-9/11 Era
  8. Lara Vapnek
    The “Rebel Girl” Revisited: Re-Reading Elizabeth Gurley Flynn’s Life Story
  9. SPECIAL ISSUE: Latin American Queer Sexualities Issue

    GABRIELA ARGUEDAS RAMIREZ AND LYNN M. MORGAN
    The Reproductive Rights Counteroffensive in Mexico and Central America

    CONSTANZA TABBUSH AND MELINA GAONA
    Gender, Race, and Politics in Contemporary Argentina: Understanding the Criminalization of Activist Milagro Sala, Leader of the Organización Barrial Tupac Amaru

    RAFAEL DE LA DEHESA
    NGOs, Governmentality, and the Brazilian Response to AIDS: A Multi-Stranded Genealogy of the Current Crisis

    TARA DALY
    Christian Bendayán: Queering the Archive from Iquitos, Peru

    CHRISTINE KEATING AND AMY LIND
    Redefining Nation and Family in Ecuador

    JENNIFER L. SHOAFF
    In the Face of a Haitian Child: Racial Intimacies, Paternalistic Interventions and Discourses of “Deviant Black Motherhood” in Transnational Hispaniola

    ANA-MAURIINE LARA
    A Smarting Wound: Afro-Dominicanidad and the Fight against (Racist Xenophobic) Ultra-nationalism in the Dominican Republic

    SPECIAL ISSUE: Postcolonial and Decolonial Approaches

    KIRAN ASHER
    Spivak and Rivera Cusicanqui on the Dilemmas of Representation in Postcolonial and Decolonial Feminisms

    JENNIFER HAMILTON, BANU SUBRAMANIAM, AND ANGELA WILLEY            
    What Indians and Indians Can Teach Us About Colonization: Feminist Science Studies, Epistemological Imperialism, and the Politics of Difference

    SANDRA HARDING
    Latin American Decolonial Studies: Feminist Issues

    HYUNJI KWON
    Postcolonial Aesthetics and Traumatized Bodies: Comfort Woman Duk Kyung Kang’s Art of Trauma

    BRENY MENDOZA
    Colonial Connections

    JUDY ROHRER AND TIARA NA'PUTI
    Pacific Moves Beyond Colonialism: A Conversation from Hawai’i and Guåhan

    AIMEE CARILLO ROWE
    Settler Xicana: Postcolonial and Decolonial Reflections on Incommensurability

    PATRICIA SCHECHTER
    A Feminist Case for the Decolonial: Research and Teaching Notes
  10. Creative Work

    Corey Hickner-Johnson, Carolina Hotchandani, Megan Kaminski, Raina Leon, Jennifer Anne Moses, Francesca T. Royster, Hannah Baker Saltmarsh, Angela Sorby, Emily Zhang, Olga Zilberbourg

 

 
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