"Transforming Paradigms: From Bifurcation to Interrelationality in HIV Prevention Discourse"
"Affirmative Action and Law: A Critical Race and Black Feminist Theoretical Analysis"
"Vagrants, Vixens and Victims: Identifying the Limitations of Victim Recognition through an Analysis of Anti-Trafficking Training Materials"
"The Absent Referents in Slaughterhouses: The Relationship between the Exploitation of Nonhuman Animals and Workers"
"Cultural Constructions of Commercial Surrogacy in India"
"Revisioning Scientific Methodologies and Epistemologies with Feminism and Indigenous Undertandings"
"The Chronicles of Derrick Bell through a Womanist Lens: Social Theory and Spiritual Practice through Storytelling"
Debra Friedman Dayton
"Older Women of Faith Changing the World: The Impact of Older Women's Participation in Interfaith Organizations and Social Activism"
"Fracking Freedom: A Comparative Analysis of Gas Drilling in Hurst, Texas"
"Self-To-Community Collaborations: Women of Color Interconnecting Through Zines"
"The Metaphysics of Holistic Transformation through Spiritual-Erotic Narrative in Gloria E. Anzaldúa’s 'She Ate Horses'"
Erica Granados De La Rosa
"Up Next: The Epistemic Power of Spoken Word Poetry"
"Body Image, Figure Preference, and Social Comparison Among Female Athletes in Sex-Integrated and Single-Sex Athletic Program"
"Enter the Phoenix: An Ecofeminist Analysis of X-men: The Dark Phoenix Saga"
Diann R. Maurer
"'You Make Me Feel Like My Life Is Over!': Tele/Visions of Contemporary Postmaternal Women"
"Applying Ecofeminist Theory to Christian Mission Work in Honduras: Building Theoretical Bridges for Real Change"
"Faux Queens - Fauxing The Real: Biological Women, The Art of Drag, and Why the Real is Drag and/or How I Became a Drag Queen and/or How to Paint a Drag Mug"
Frances Reanae McNeal
"'Sacred Activism': The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers"
"Eating the Other in 'Mei's Last Barbecue': Kyiarchal Speciesism as Social Paradigm"
"Healing, Honoring, Transforming: The Power of Spiritual Activsim in Marilou Awiakta's Work"
Susana N. Ramirez
"Moving Beyond Borderlands: Shifting Towards New Theoretical Understandings of Spiritual Activism in Gloria E. Anzaldúa’s Children's Literature:
Dana Gant Wilson
"Conversations on Conversion: Applying Anzaldúa’s Theory of Nepantla to Rosemary Radford Fuether's Call to Conversion"
Jessann Duenas Blas
"Cultural Identities and Interconnections in Secondary Education"
"Outdoors Girls: Incorporating an Ongoing Connection with the Outdoors into the Prevention of Negative Body Image in Girls"
"Breaking through the Binary, Shifting the Conversation: A Multi-Perspective Conversation on Gay Marriage and Queer Equality"
"Radical Rhetoric: An Excavation of Gloria Anzaldúa’s Early Drafts of 'La Prieta'"
"Battered (M)Others Syndrome: Mothers Who Kill Their Batterers and the Children Who are Left Behind"
"Stripping Subjectivity: Dynamic Multiplicity, 'Covert Mimesis,' and Reinscription/Resistance through Subversion"
"Included in the Exclusion: South Asian Indian Mothers in North American Diasporas"
"Terrifying Enviornments, Environing Terrorism: An Ecofeminist Critique of the FBI's Response to the Earth Liberation Front"
"Confronting and Transforming The Foe Within: An Applicatiuon of Nepantla Theory"
"In Search of Multiculturalism: Uprooting 'Whiteness' in Curriculum Design and Pedagogical Strategies"
Rebecca Lane Wiseman
"'Goodbye Mammy, Hello Mom'": How Black Women Reclaimed Domesticity in the Post-World War II Period"
"Exploring the Multi-Dimensional Dynamics of Terrorism: Cultural, Political, and Gender Implications of the Female Suicide Bomber Phenomenon"
"Desire and Intimacy: Focusing on the Demand(s) Created in International Online Dating Agencies"
"Cindy Sheehan and the Rhetoric of Motherhood: A Textual Analysis"
"'Whitely' Individualism and Choice in 'Post,' 'Conservative,' and 'Third-Wave' Feminism"
"Moving Beyond the Limitations of Chicana Feminist Theory"
Courtney O'Dell Chaib
"Mothers with Multiple Sclerosis: Voice, Identity, and Empowerment"
Mary Jane Philpy
"Sexual Binaries: An Examination of Mixed Messages and Teenage Female Sexuality in Education and Media"
Charles Frederick Cook, IV
"Creating and Maintaining a Women's Studies Oral History Program"
Kami L. Fletcher
"The Niagara Movement: The Black Protest Reborn"
Janice A. Moran
"How Whiteness Affects Ableism: The Expansion of Whiteness Beyond Issues of Race and Class"
Erin L. Rider
"Promoting Solidarity at College Parties: Women's Ability to Resist Sexual Assault"
Jo-Ann Juchniewicz Stankus
"Feminism, Capitalism, and 'Conscious Capitalism': Creating and Teaching a New Educational Paradigm for Twenty-First Century Women's Studies and Business Students"
"AIDSism: Theorizing the Politics of Domination Centering HIV/AIDS"
Tushabe Mercy Caroline
"The Autonomy of Ugandan Women's Organizations: Its Significance for Creating and Maintaining a Dependable Democracy"
"Exploring a Woman-Centered Approach to Pregnancy and Birthing through the Framework of Nepantla"
"Shifting LGBT Epstemologies: An Exercise in Gloria Anzaldúa’s El Mundo Zurdo and Conocimiento"
Lea C. Ivy
"Deconstructing, Reclaiming, and Transforming the Discourse of Fetal Personhood: A Pro-Choice Feminist Imperative"
"Nepantlera-Activism in the Transnational Moment: Unraveling Cross-Cultural (Mis)Understandings through a New Thorizing of Activism in Transnational Feminist Spaces"
"'Now Let Us Shift' Towards a 'Spiritual-Imaginal-Political' Vision of Eating Disorders: An Application of Gloria E. Anzaldúa’s Seven-Step Theory of Conocimiento"
"The Infected and the Affected: Married Women, Culture, and HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe"
Dorotha M. Ocker
"Small But Salty, Cinderella of the Armed Forces: The United State Coast Guard, 1976-1982"
"HB 569: Placing Texas Women in Pain"
Juli Ann-Winner Saxton
"Give Us This Day Our Heavenly Mother: Understanding the Patriarchial Concealment of the Mormon Heavenly Mother"
Lisa A. Cauley
"The 'State' of Education: Creating Effective Special Education Programs"
"Kindred Spirit: A Place for Gloria E. Anzaldúa in Feminist Disability Studies"
Soni Thapa Oli
"Domestic Violence Among Nepalese Women in the U.S."
"From the Homefront: A Qualitative Study of the Women of a Mexican Community"
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