Girlhood Studies (Vol. 15, Issue 1)

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Dear Colleague, Dear Colleague,

Dear Colleague,

 

The latest issue of Girlhood Studies has published! This special issue focuses on black girlhood.

 

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Girlhood Studies is published in association with the International Girls Studies Association (IGSA).

 

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Volume 15, Issue 1

 

Editorial

A “Sense of Presence”: The “me of me” in Black Girlhoods

Claudia Mitchell and Ann Smith

https://bit.ly/3Mgackr

 

Articles

Taking on the Light: Ontological Black Girlhood in the Twenty-first Century

Renee Nishawn Scott

https://bit.ly/3tdfnsF

 

“Dreamland”: Black Girls Saying and Creating Space through Fantasy Worlds

S.R. Toliver

https://bit.ly/36SU4VL

 

Hostile Geographies: Black Girls Fight to Save Themselves and the World

Dehanza Rogers

https://bit.ly/3puFWs5

 

Renewed Possibilities: Showcasing the Lived Realities of Black Girls using Ethnopoetics

Dywanna Smith

https://bit.ly/3swXfuA

 

Cultivating Educational Spaces that Support Black Girl’s Spatial Inquiries

Katie Scott Newhouse

https://bit.ly/3C6HqOA

 

Spatializing Black Girlhood: Rap Music and Strategies of Refusal

Asilia Franklin-Phipps

https://bit.ly/3tkO8fJ

 

Collective Identities, Black Girlhood and 60s Vocal Groups

Apryl Berney

https://bit.ly/35CIk9a

 

Creative Piece

Dear Mama: A Luo’s Letter Addressing Gossips, Girl Fights, and Gashes

Esther O. Ohito

https://bit.ly/3C5uR5Z

 

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