Mizrahi Women on Israel's Periphery
Evocative feminist ethnography focused on the rarely documented lives of Mizrahi women in a marginalized Israeli community.
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Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters
A powerful collection of voices that speak to antiviolence work from a cross-generational Indigenous perspective.
Women and Comedy in American Silent Film
Examines the social and historical significance of women’s contributions to American silent film comedy.
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Romance and Reform in Victorian England
Analyses the development of Jewish women's writing in relation to Victorian literary history, women's cultural history, and Jewish cultural history.
Women in Israeli Cinema
Feminist reading of women’s representation and activism in Israeli cinema.
Women Wilderness Photography
New questions, new stories, new collaborators of early twentieth-century photographer, writer, explorer, mapmaker, and illustrator.
A Critical Study of an Unconventional Memsahib
An expansive collection of essays about an "unconventional memsahib," a noted Victorian feminist and writer.
A Translation of Sylvain Maréchal’s Novella, La femme abbé
First translation of French novella (1801) about passion, social convention, obsession and despair.
Mrs. Henry Ford
In telling the story of Clara Ford, author Ford Bryan also charts the course of the growing automobile industry and the life of the enigmatic man at its helm.
New Directions and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Examines the tale of Cinderella as a fascinating, multilayered, and ever-changing story constantly reinvented in different media and traditions.
Poems that recall the senseless loss of life and of innocence in Rwanda.
Learning Conformity and Resistance
Important societal critique of how gender and militarism intersect in Canadians’ daily learning.
A Woman, A School, A People
One woman’s determination to educate Malawian girls and change the future of a nation.
Place and Space
Fourteen essays map Canadian literary and cultural products via advances in digital humanities research methodologies.
For young readers, a diverse collection of biographical sketches of twenty notable young women with ties to Michigan.
Resisting a Dangerous Order
De-stigmatization of sex work encourages efforts toward legal changes to create safe communities for all.
Women and Judaism in Antebellum America
This is the first in-depth biography of Rebecca Gratz (1781-1869), the foremost American Jewish woman of the nineteenth century.
Explores the long and rich history of Jewish women writers in Britain from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day.
Selected Hebrew Writings of Hava Shapiro
A selection of the path-breaking feminist writings of Hava Shapiro (1878–1943), one of the first women writers to contribute to modern Hebrew literature.
Love and Enchantment in Angela Carter's The Bloody Chamber
Explores the peculiar enchantments at the heart of Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber and Carter’s commitment to imagining unforeseen possibilities for heterosexual love and desire.