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Books in JSTOR from State University of New York Press
3 Books in JSTOR Copyright Date
Masculine Pregnancies: Modernist Conceptions of Creativity and Legitimacy, 1918-1939 2023
Phenomenology in an African Context: Contributions and Challenges 2023
Reclaiming Time: The Transformative Politics of Feminist Temporalities 2023