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Women's Studies Journal
2019 - 33:1/2

Contents

Cover and Contents
Editorial
Caroline Blyth, Kirsten Locke, Yvonne Underhill-Sem, and Suzanne Woodward , pp.3-4
2019 WSANZ/PAW AGM Keynote
Women’s studies in 2019 in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Rachel Simon-Kumar , pp.5-7
Research Reports
A mixed-methods pilot study of the EAAA rape resistance programme for female undergraduate students in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Melanie A. Beres, Gareth J. Treharne, Kayla Stewart, Jayde Flett, Mahfuzur Rahman, and Damon Lillis , pp.8-24
LGBTQI experiences of seeking help and justice in the wake of sexual harm
David L. Hare , pp.25-32
A qualitative research report on the experiences of trafficked women in Malaysia
Haezreena Abdul Hamid , pp.33-47
Articles
‘Care’ from private concern to public value: A personal and theoretical exploration of motherhood, feminism, and neoliberalism
Julia E. Timmins , pp.48-61
Care and the ‘grateful migrant’ narrative: A postcolonial feminist observation of Aotearoa/ New Zealand in the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks
Nishhza Thiruselvam , pp.62-70
Found feminine aesthetics and writing across waves: A poetic experiment
Cian Dennan , pp.71-83
Intemperate time: Queer(ing) temporality and narrative in Nightwood
Leah Lynch , pp.84-102
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?
Janet Charman , pp.103-112
Book Reviews

Feminist judgments of Aotearoa New Zealand. Te rino: a two-stranded rope. ,
By Elisabeth McDonald, Rhonda Powell, Mamari Stephens, and Rosemary Hunter
Reviewed by Tracey Whare, pp.113-116

A history of New Zealand women ,
By Barbara Brookes
Reviewed by Nadia Gush, pp.117-119

Women’s Studies Journal, Volume 33 Number 1/2, December 2019. ISSN 1173-6615