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Emancipation and Exploitation in Immigrant Women’s Lives  

Donna R. Gabaccia

Print publication date:
Aug 2016
Online publication date:
Oct 2013
Because the United States celebrates itself as a beacon of liberty, emancipation is one of the most common themes in the history of immigrant women and the exploitation of women, as ... More

Gender, Sexuality, and Family History: Naynaabeak’s Fishing Net  

Brenda Child

Print publication date:
May 2016
Online publication date:
Apr 2016
In 1939, an Ojibwe woman named Naynaabeak was involved in a conflict that shows some of the complexities that American Indians experienced throughout the history of settler colonialism in ... More