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Marie-Ève Thérenty

féministe en France à la fin du siècle dernier », Clio, Femmes, genre, histoire 6 (1997), https://clio.revues.org/390 . 17 Marion Marzolf, Up From the Footnote: A History of Women Journalists (New York : Hastings House Publishers, 1977) ; Kate Mills, A

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Ugly Emotions and the Politics of Accusation

Geoffrey Hughes, Megnaa Mehtta, Chiara Bresciani, and Stuart Strange

. In the concluding article, Dahlgren offers a powerful portrait of how moral accusations reflect changing social and economic conditions in a boom and bust coal mining town in Australia. She tells the story of Kate, a small-time real estate speculator

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The Girl in the Text

Representations, Positions, and Perspectives

Ann Smith

[her] “sexual desire and agency.” In “Hope Chest: Demythologizing Girlhood in Kate Bernheimer’s Trilogy,” Catriona McAra, “invoking and explaining the relevance of literary theories related to caskets,” uses the metaphor of the hope chest “as both a toy

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Oceans

Amelia Moore and Jerry K. Jacka

data. As Kate Sullivan details in “Documenting Sea Changes,” the relationships between the data producers and managers and oceanic governance poses challenging ethical questions in a time when oceans are under threat from climate change, acidification

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Colin Wayne Leach and Cátia P. Teixeira

of Personality and Social Psychology 115 ( 5 ): 763 – 787 . 10.1037/pspa0000131 Riddle , Travis A. , Kate M. Turetsky , Julia G. Bottesini , and Colin Wayne Leach . 2020 . “ ‘What's Going On’ in Ferguson? Online News Frames of Protest

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Robert Morrell

by Cathy Campbell who explained the willingness of miners to engage in unprotected sex because they perceived the work of underground mining to pose a greater danger. Kate Wood and Rachel Jewkes examined youth masculinities in the Eastern Cape to

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Eloise Grey

perspective, these events and approaches are a little puzzling. The epistolary silence from the family in Scotland on the subject of natural children suggests shame and disapproval, what Jane Lydon refers to as “imperial blind spots.” 157 Kate Gibson argues

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Worldly Tastes

Mobility and the Geographical Imaginaries of Interwar Australian Magazines

Victoria Kuttainen and Susann Liebich

Humble have separately noted. 17 Yet, recent scholarship has begun to extend the category of the middlebrow to midrange, masculine, nonfiction writing and its readerships. Kate Macdonald has observed that in the interwar period, the cultural values of

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Green Fields and Blue Roads

The Melancholy of the Girl Walker in Irish Women’s Fiction

Maureen O’Connor

heteronormativity reveals the contradictions and ambiguities attending the colour and its associations. The philosopher Kate Soper defines nature, in ‘its commonest and most fundamental sense’, as ‘opposed to culture, history, convention, … in short, to everything

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Borderland of the Mind

The Free City of Danzig and the Sovereignty Question

Elizabeth M. Clark

conversations about place begun by scholars like Timothy Snyder in The Reconstruction of Nations , Kate Brown’s A Biography of No Place , and Jeremy King’s Budweisers into Czechs and Germans . Gregor Thum’s Uprooted: How Breslau became Wrocław during the