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Even the Women Are Leaving Migrants Making Mexican America, 1890–1965 Larisa L. Veloz
Lights, Camera, Feminism? Celebrities and Anti-trafficking Politics Samantha Majic
The Feel of Algorithms Minna Ruckenstein
Seeing Theater The Phenomenology of Classical Greek Drama Naomi Weiss
Purgatory Citizenship Reentry, Race, and Abolition Calvin John Smiley
An Afterlife for the Khan Muslims, Buddhists, and Sacred Kingship in Mongol Iran and Eurasia Jonathan Z. Brack
Placing Islam Geographies of Connection in Twentieth-Century Istanbul Timur Warner Hammond
Textures of Terror The Murder of Claudina Isabel Velasquez and Her Father's Quest for Justice Victoria Sanford
Recovering Identity Criminalized Women's Fight for Dignity and Freedom Cesraéa Rumpf
Fractured Tablets Forgetfulness and Fallibility in Late Ancient Rabbinic Culture Mira Balberg
Transnational Trailblazers of Early Cinema Sarah Bernhardt, Gabrielle Réjane, Mistinguett Victoria Duckett
A Jewish Childhood in the Muslim Mediterranean A Collection of Stories Curated by Leïla Sebbar Lia Brozgal
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