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(Re)covering lost lore : folklore adaptations in Zora Neale Hurston and Gloria Naylor.
Though folklore is a knowledge-sharing, identity-forming practice that is utilized by a number of cultural groups, many scholars deride its emphasis on orality and storytelling. One reason may be that folklore practitioners ...
Second nature : on second-class peoples and landscapes.
This project revises previous scholarship by arguing that the field of ecofeminism does not adequately address the concerns of women of color. Since ecofeminism tends to focus on white women and pristine landscapes, it ...