Special Issue: Early Career Researchers II, Issue 50 (2014)

 

Table of Contents

Laura-Marie von Czarnowsky: Editorial

Jessica Rose Corey: “My sister went to Steubenville, OH and all I got was this lousy shirt”: Composing Feminist Activism with The Clothesline Project

Joseph Kai-Hang Cheang: On the Curious Case of a Black Slave Owner in Edward P. Jones’s The Known World — or a Queer Reading of Black Abjection and Autonomy

Hyo-seol Ha: “I should have gone to Mary’s”: Filling the Void in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man

Tegan Zimmerman: Transnational Maternal Genealogies in Contemporary Canadian Women’s Historical Novels

Olga Tchepikova: The Power of Pleasure Devices: Sex Toys and Dominance in Society and Pop Culture

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