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Submissions from 2017

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Emotional Labor in Critical Ethnographic Work: In the Field and Behind the Desk, Krista McQueeney and Kristen M. Lavelle

Submissions from 2016

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“How Can You Live Without Your Kids?”: Distancing from and Embracing the Stigma of “Incarcerated Mother”, Brittnie L. Aiello and Krista McQueeney

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Inbred Horror Revisited: The Fear of the Rural in Twenty-First Century Horror Films, Karen Hayden

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Teaching Domestic Violence in the New Millennium: Intersectionality as a Framework for Social Change, Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2015

Beyond Loving: Intimate Racework in Lesbian, Gay, and Straight Interracial Relationships by Amy C. Steinbugler, Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2014

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Inbred Horror: Degeneracy, Revulsion, and Fear of the Rural Community, Karen Hayden

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Stigma, Reputation, and Place Structuration in a Coastal New England Town, Karen Hayden

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Disrupting Islamophobia: Teaching the Social Construction of Terrorism in the Mass Media, Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2013

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“We Incarcerate to Set Free:” Negotiating Punishment and Rehabilitation in Jail, Brittnie L. Aiello

Doing Ethnography in a Sexist World: A Response to “The Feminist Ethnographer’s Dilemma”, Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2010

Film Review: When the Light’s Red, Karen Hayden

Submissions from 2009

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“We are God’s Children, Y’All:” Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Lesbian- and Gay-Affirming Congregations, Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2007

Women Behind Bars: Gender and Race in U.S. Prisons by Vernetta D. Young and Rebecca Reviere, A World Apart: Women, Prison, and Life Behind Bars by Cristina Rathbone., Karen Hayden

Be Not Deceived: The Sacred and Sexual Struggles of Gay and Ex-gay Christian Men by Michelle Wolkomir, Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2005

Gay Religion by Scott Thumma & Edward R. Gray (Eds.), Krista McQueeney

Submissions from 2001

Language Policy and Identity Politics in the United States by Ronald Schmidt Sr., Krista McQueeney