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Introduction: transgressing feminist discourses / Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois University and Jennifer C. Dunn, Dominican University -- (inter)disciplinary transgressions : feminism, communication, and critical interdisciplinarity / Michelle Phillips Buchberger and Leland G. Spencer, Miami University -- Rethinking intersectionality as fractal : non-linear, intricate, and infinite / Jenna Abetz, College of Charleston and Julia Moore, University of Utah -- Race, dialogue, and transgressing white respectability / Carol L. Winkelmann, Xavier University, Cincinnati and Cheris Kramarae, University of Oregon -- The singular they and how it works : a (more or less) structuralist explanation of transgender's poststructuralist, pronominal revolution / John Ike Sewell, University of West Georgia -- Feminist transgressions : vulnerability, bravery, and the need for a more imperfect feminism / Valerie R. Renegar, Southwestern University and Stacey K. Sowards, University of Texas at El Paso -- Topics and trends -- Trans-exclusionary discourse, white feminist failures, and the women's march on Washington, D.C. / Lars Stoltzfus-Brown -- Hate politics : immigration and affect in practice / Dolores Rosalía -- Transgressing the digital terrain : humor in feminist responses to trolling / Kirsti Cole, Minnesota State University -- Sick bodies in healthcare culture : health communication that disciplines female bodies / Molly McKinney, Independent Scholar -- Four transgressive acclamations to end gender violence / Jennifer L. Freitag, University of Dayton -- The making of a hallow bahu (Indian daughter-in-law) : web of influence on Bahu disempowerment / Mara K. Berkland and Supna C. Jain, North Central College -- "I'm your person" : television narrates female friendships in the workplace from Cagney and Lacey to Grey's anatomy / Kathleen M. Turner, Aurora University and Jennifer C. Dunn, Dominican University.
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