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33. The Unruly Women: Gender and the Genres of Laughter / Kathleen Rowe.
34. Too Old, Too Ugly, and Not Deferential to Men / Christine Craft.
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37. The Subjection of Women / John Stuart Mill.
38. Real Rape / Susan Estrich.
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Ethnicities (Sage, began 2001)

Gender, Place and Culture

Journal of Black Studies

Journal of Gender, Race and Justice

Race & Class (Sage, began 2000)

Race Traitor: Journal of the New Abolitionism

Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture