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The representation of sexuality and gender in William Makepeace Thackeray's Vanity Fair
Voices and visions: Transformative creativity in a northern context.
Masculine identity in a "woman's" role: Stay-at-home dads in Northern British Columbia.
"Almost fond of the damned town": Women's concepts of community in Mackenzie, British Columbia.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" as "shero": Re-defining the mythological hero.
Gender harassment of women in unionized nontraditional professional occupations in British Columbia: An evaluation of legal redress procedures.
ARTivism: Gender and artistic expression at AWAC.
Adolescent girls' experiences of unwanted intercourse and unintentional pregnancy: A retrospective study.
'Wwoofing' BC: An autoethnography.
Standing in the way of control: Me + third-wave feminism.
Fatty fatty two-by-four, can't get through the bathroom door: a feminist analysis of the discourse on fat and the strategies used to challenge fatphobia
Lake Babine women's rites of passage: an archaeological inquiry
(Re)imaging the breast: a feminist analysis of a cultural obsession
Exploring gender equity in a multimodal novel study.
The veiled other: The impact of gender and culture on international political theory.
Mothers who live apart from their children.
Towards body-recovery: A collage of orality herstorical poetry-tellings within feminist and ecological feminist narratives.
Madeline Izowsky, 1885--1979: A Polish woman in western Canada.
Meanings of health and well-being for rural lesbians in northern British Columbia.
"'How should I eat these?' With your mouth, asshole": First Nations women's literature responds to colonial discourse.
Reconceiving utopian movement: Realizing the transformative potential of literary and philosophical exchange.
Femininity and female identity of forest industry workers in Northern British Columbia from 1960 to 2000.
The cycle of poverty and early marriage among women in Ghana (A case study of Kassena-Nankana).
Wife battering, institutional appropriation, and treatment discourse: a struggle for discursive control