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Articles from Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies (September 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
"I like to hoe my own row": a Saskatchewan farm woman's notions about work and womanhood during the Great Depression. Bye, Cristine Georgina 14131
Between women: trauma, witnessing, and the legacy of interracial rape in Robbie McCauley's Sally's Rape. Griffiths, Jennifer 9652
Introduction. 1326
Mindful masquerades: que(e)rying Japanese immigrant dress in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. Sueyoshi, Amy 12916
Mixed messages: Pablita Velarde, Kay Bennett, and the changing meaning of Anglo-Indian intermarriage in twentieth-century New Mexico. Reed, Maureen E. 14154
The politics of forbidden liaisons: civilization, miscegenation, and other perversions. Wickstrom, Stefanie 12701
The Torso Project experience. Pritchett, Rod 489
The Torso Project: reflections on the process. Regn, Lois Critical essay 2853
To build a nation: Black Women Writers, black nationalism, and the violent reduction of wholeness. Davis, Amanda J. 13788

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