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Rule-guided Expression: Gender Dissent across Mediated Literary Works

This paper is concerned with the examination of rule-guided cultural and thematic battles enacted by women writers in two historical moments—the late nineteenth- and early twenty-first centuries—against the dominant cultural institutions of their time. Such battles, evaluated in the Anglophone world of letters at large, bring to light women’s often inconspicuous strategies for legislating new … Continue reading Rule-guided Expression: Gender Dissent across Mediated Literary Works

Women’s Ways of Structuring Data

Smoothly functioning infrastructures are invisible. Examples of infrastructures range from those physically constructed, such as transportation and public utility systems, to those that are more elusive or fluctuating—systems of economic exchange, for example. When systems work well, people do not realize their immersion within them because they facilitate the ease of daily experiences. For example, … Continue reading Women’s Ways of Structuring Data