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Vol 37, No 2 (2015): Critical Perspectives on Canadian Anti-Trafficking Discourse and Policy and Canadian Women Challenge the Constitution Producing the ‘Trafficked Woman’: Canadian Newspaper Reporting on Eastern European Exotic Dancers During the 1990s Abstract  8-24 PDF
Elya M Durisin, Rob Heynen
Vol 24, No 2 (2000): Special Issue: "Whose Canada is it?" Closing the Nation's Doors to Immigrant Women: The Restructuring of Canadian Immigration Policy Abstract  PDF
Sunera Thobani
Vol 24, No 2 (2000): Special Issue: "Whose Canada is it?" Race, Class, Gender and the Making of Difference: The Social Organization of "Migrant Workers" in Canada Abstract  PDF
Nandita Rani Sharma
Vol 26, No 2 (2002): Special Issue: Gender, Globalization, and Development Article: Of "Passport Babies" and "Border Control": The Case of Mavis Baker v. Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Abstract  PDF
Simone A. Browne
Feminist Knowledge Network Special Issue 1 -- International Feminist Perspectives: Women and Violence Problems That Face Genitally Mutilated Immigrant Sudanese Women and Their Awareness of Available Health Services in London: A Case Study Abstract  PDF
Amna M. Badri, Ahmed Abdel Magied
Vol 27, No 2 (2003): Health Panic and Women's Health When Ebola Came to Canada: Race and the Making of the Respectable Body Abstract  PDF
Carmela Murdocca
Vol 24, No 2 (2000): Special Issue: "Whose Canada is it?" Seeing Red: Immigrant Women and Sexual Danger in Toronto's Postwar Daily Newspapers Abstract  PDF
Elise Chenier
Vol 24, No 2 (2000): Special Issue: "Whose Canada is it?" From Terrorists to Outlaws: Transnational and Peripheral Articulations in the Making of Nation and Empire Abstract  PDF
Lorena M. Gajardo, Teresa Macias
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