"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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