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    • Keiner, Christine (2020)
      HISTORY / Modern / 20th Century; SCIENCE / History; TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / History
    • Milian, Claudia (2013-01-02)
      Claudia Milian proposes that the economies of blackness, brownness, and dark brownness summon a new grammar for Latino/a studies that she names “Latinities.” Milian argues that this ensnared economy of meaning startles the ...
    • Owens, Deirdre Cooper (2017-11-15)
      Medical Bondage explores how, in the nineteenth century, experimental surgeries on enslaved and laboring women enabled the rise of American gynecology as a medical specialty, and shaped our understanding of race. Merging ...
    • Vasquez, Patricia I. (2014-01-02)
      For decades, studies of oil-related conflicts have focused on the effects of natural resource mismanagement, with the attendant economic booms and busts, or clashes between rebels and ruling governments over hydrocarbon ...
    • Gentry, Caron E.; Eckert, Amy E. (2014-01-15)
      These essays seek to reorient the Just War tradition around its core concerns of preventing the unjust use of force by states and limiting the harm inflicted on vulnerable populations such as civilian noncombatants. ...