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Feminism From the Inside Out: Women and Yoga in the United States
by Champ, Amy Elizabeth, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2013: 455 pages; 3602020.
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Coffins, closets, kitchens, and convents: Women writing of home in gendered spaces
by Spottke, Nicole, Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2009: 224 pages; 3420639.
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Leading from the periphery: Collective stories told by English Language Learner (ELL) leaders
by Morita-Mullaney, Patricia M., Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2014: 283 pages; 3612226.
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Father Nurtures Best: Neoliberal Melodrama of Beset Nurturing Fatherhood in the Late Twentieth Century
by Sekiguchi, Yohei, Ph.D.  University of Hawai'i at Manoa. 2018: 226 pages; 10977896.
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Irish Women Poets of the Twentieth Century and Beyond: Voices from the Margin
by McMullen, Maram George, Ph.D.  King Saud University (Saudi Arabia). 2013: 262 pages; 3576677.
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The rhetorical construction of female empowerment: The avenging-woman narrative in popular television and film
by Stache, Lara, Ph.D.  The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. 2013: 205 pages; 3563550.
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A reinterpretation of restorative justice through Black and Native feminisms
by Riley, Kristine Erin, M.S.  University of Oregon. 2014: 91 pages; 1566775.
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Antigone's reach: A feminine model for today's businesswoman
by Klimek, Diana Lynn, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2008: 167 pages; 3361020.
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Adapting Korean Cinderella Folklore as Fairy Tales for Children
by Yang, Su Jin, Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 213 pages; 3622966.
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Searching for Wonder Women: Examining Women's Non-Violent Power in Feminist Science Fiction
by DeRose, Maria D., Ph.D.  Bowling Green State University. 2006: 151 pages; 10817760.
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Black South African women writers: Narrating the self, narrating the nation
by Boswell, Barbara-Anne, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2010: 233 pages; 3426412.
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The rewriting of history: The female body, voice and gaze in theater written by women between 1986 and 1996
by Casado Presa, Cristina, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2008: 178 pages; 3315618.
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Lady killers: Women, violence, and representation in medieval English literature
by Olson, Katherine Quigg, Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2008: 332 pages; 3333477.
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Visions of the feminine: The liberating poetics of William Blake reconsidered
by Williams, Alexander G., M.A.  Villanova University. 2011: 83 pages; 1491283.
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Refusing to be the other: Barbara Deming's experiments with nonviolence
by Updegrove, R. L., Ph.D.  Northern Arizona University. 2014: 285 pages; 3633678.
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On Dystopias: Do We Live in a Surveillance State?
by Richard, Julie Ann, M.S.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 89 pages; 10601160.
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Quixotic contradiction: Aporia and Cervantes' “Don Quijote”
by Hessel, Stephen, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2009: 177 pages; 3356118.
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Problemas de la novela escrita por mujer en España e Hispanoamérica (1833-1918): Estudios de caso
by Culver, Melissa Maria, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2010: 249 pages; 3408343.
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Dispossessed Women: Female Homelessness in Romantic Literature
by Hurwitz, Melissa, Ph.D.  Fordham University. 2017: 160 pages; 10281988.
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Women's Circles Broken: The Disruption of Sisterhood in Three Nineteenth-Century Works
by Gunn, Meagan, M.A.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2017: 61 pages; 10264176.
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England's Dreaming: The Rise and Fall of Science Fiction, 1871-1874
by Erhart, Erin Michelle, Ph.D.  Brandeis University. 2016: 224 pages; 10103436.
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Literary Inventions of Black Interiority, Criminal Desires and Secrecy in the Romantic Era Novel
by Clarke, Kimberly, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2018: 197 pages; 10929208.
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The Lonely Nineteenth Century: Loneliness and the Female Protagonist in the Victorian Novel
by Hendry, Marie, Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 116 pages; 3687686.
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High Heels and Fast Wheels: Alternative Femininities in Neo-Burlesque and Flat-Track Roller Derby
by Peluso, Natalie Marie, Ph.D.  University of Connecticut. 2010: 184 pages; 3464369.
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