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Mourning Becomes ...: The Work of Feminism in the Spaces Between Lives Lived and Lives Written
Patriarchy, the Taleban, and Politics of Public Space in Afghanistan
Surveying Politics of Peace, Gender, Conflict and Identity in Northern Ireland: The Case of the Derry Peace Women in 1972
SEXUALISING EMIGRATION: DISCOURSES OF IRISH FEMALE EMIGRATION IN THE 1930s
Reclaiming Chinese Women's Subjectivities: Indigenizing ''social Work with Women'' in China Through Postcolonial Ethnography
The Power of Letters and the Female Body: Female Literacy in Bali
''The right way of doing it all'': First-time Australian mothers' decisions about paid employment
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Agency and Social Identity: Resistance Among Pakeha New Zealand Mothers
Women in Academies of Sciences: From Exclusion to Exception
The Academic Arm of the Women's Liberation Movement - Women's Studies 1969-1999 in North America and the United Kingdom
Feminism in the Study of Religion - edited by Darlene M. Juschka, 700 pages. Continuum, London and New York, 2001. US$107.95, UK£65 hb; US$29.99, UK£19.99 pb.
Reproducing Jews: A Cultural Account of Assisted Conception in Israel - by Susan Martha Kahn, 228 pages. NC: Duke University Press, Durham, NC. 2000. UK £12.95 paper.