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“Like Alice, I was Brave”

The Girl in the Text in Olemaun’s Residential School Narratives

Roxanne Harde

’s persistent colonial ideology that sees these girls as exploitable and dispensable, but she also sees the ways in which they resist. As she notes, the lived history of these girls “is also characterized by an intergenerational strength that is too often

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Tweens as Technofeminists

Exploring Girlhood Identity in Technology Camp

Jen England and Robert Cannella

, script, record, and edit their podcasts. Producing and sharing podcasts allowed us to move away from curricular “gender and generational ideologies that keep female youth limited to the feminized position of consumer” and toward facilitating girls

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Girlhood and Ethics

The Role of Bodily Integrity

Mar Cabezas and Gottfried Schweiger

avoid ideological biases that could jeopardize girls’ freedoms. Therefore, using the theory surrounding the notion of bodily integrity could shed light on where to establish a sufficient threshold since this concept encompasses agency, self

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Laurel Hart, Pamela Lamb, and Joshua Cader

-referential bubbles and challenge normative ideologies? How may queer girls and young women attuned to the sociopolitical dimensions of their offline communities make space to articulate their experiences with those same communities online? I participate in two

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Dustin William Louie

-violence framework is influential in social justice work, we must resist subsuming Indigenous approaches under the umbrella of non-Indigenous ideologies. In this article, I make a critical contribution to the field of technologies of nonviolence by highlighting

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Sarah Hill

, renders racial, classed, and disabled identities invisible. As Nirmala Everelles and Kagendo Mutua state, disabled girlhood challenges the heteronormativity that is present within notions of girl power that “rest[s] heavily on ableist ideologies of