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Overlapping Time and Place

Early Modern England’s Girlhood Discourse and Indigenous Girlhood in the Dominion of Canada (1684-1860)

Haidee Smith Lefebvre

hereditary Mohawk chief and an upper class Englishwoman. Tekahionwake witnessed settlers displacing fur trade society and transforming Indigenous society in part by subjugating Indigenous women. Her essay provides a detailed account of the fictional Indian

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Narratives of Ambivalence

The Ethics of Vulnerability and Agency in Research with Girls in the Sex Trade

Alexandra Ricard-Guay and Myriam Denov

. While it is important to acknowledge the abuses committed against minors in the sex trade, this one-dimensional narrative may come into opposition with how the girls themselves perceive their experiences, and may actually hinder an understanding of the

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Claudia Mitchell

same easy-to-access populations over and over again because of the difficulty of reaching girls who are out of school or who are employed as domestic workers or who are involved in the sex trade? How far are we willing to go, as researchers, to adjust

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Smart Girl Identity

Possibilities and Implications

Bernice Loh

parental support in their academic endeav ours were less likely to make such trade-offs because “parental commitment helped them negotiate the pulls of peer culture” (77), thus reemphasizing the importance of social class and structural supports in the

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Robyn Singleton, Jacqueline Carter, Tatianna Alencar, Alicia Piñeirúa-Menéndez, and Kate Winskell

agrarian reforms and the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the 1990s ( White et al. 2003 ). NAFTA facilitated cheap agricultural imports such as corn and beans, against which local farmers were unable to compete, forcing

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April Mandrona

assumptions and rhetoric about girls are not replicated in policy. The third article, “Narratives of Ambivalence: The Ethics of Vulnerability and Agency in Research on Girls in the Sex Trade,” explores the ethics of how language constructs reality for girls

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Speaking Our Truths, Building Our Strengths

Shaping Indigenous Girlhood Studies

Kirsten Lindquist, Kari-dawn Wuttunee, and Sarah Flicker

device unhindered by biology or chronology on the other” to Canada where they moved from being “at the heart of [its] fur trade” to losing these “separate identities … as traders increasingly held them up to European ideals.” Brigette Krieg’s article

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Beyond Binaries, Borders, and Boundaries

Mapping the City in John Rechy's City of Night

Eir-Anne Edgar

controls bars and restaurants that cater to the homosexual trade” ( 1963: 1 ). Doty's article illustrates one way in which queer figures were policed: the police shut down public spaces that were reputed to be gay gathering places. By linking organized

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“The Rain It Takes to Learn the Limits of the Self”

Wetness, Masculinity, and Neoliberal Erotics in Andrew McMillan's Playtime

Nicholas Hauck

's useful learn to embrace it do not resent the dust think of it as all his sweat made solid run your finger through it put out your tongue and feel the roughness of his trade  …  I know what work is it is the completing of a thing

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“Can You Really See What We Write Online?”

Ethics and Privacy in Digital Research with Girls

Ronda Zelezny-Green

support of this research. Notes 1 The GSMA is the global trade association for the mobile industry. 2 All identifying names of people and places have been changed to protect the identity of the research participants. References Beauchamp , Tom L. , and