Women's studies/International Perspectives on Women

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International Women's Health[edit | edit source]

  • Gomez, Adriana, Women and HIV/AIDS: The challenge continues. Gender and the HIV/AIDS pandemic and the Barcelona Bill of Rights. Women’s Health Journal: Latin American and Caribbean Women’s Health Network 3-4, 40-53. (2002)
  • Gould, Judy, Lower-income women with breast cancer: Interacting with cancer treatment and income security systems. Canadian Woman Studies, 24(1), 31-36. (2005)
  • Izumi, Kaori, Ed., Reclaiming our lives: HIV and AIDS, women’s land and property rights and livelihoods in Southern and East Africa. Chicago: Independent Publishers’ Group, Eritrea, 12-15; Kenya, 16-18, 28-31; Zimbabwe, 98-103. (2006)
  • The Lesbians and Breast Cancer Project Team, Silent no more: Coming out about lesbians and cancer. Canadian Woman Studies, 24(1), 37-42.(2005)
  • Msimang, Sisonke, HIV/AIDS, globalization and the international women’s movement. Gender and Development, 11(1), 109-113.(2003)
  • Rice, Carla, Between body and culture: Beauty, ability and growing up female. Gender, race, and nation: A global perspective. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 147-183.(2002)
  • Stacey, Jackie, Responsibilities. In Teratologies: A cultural study of cancer. London: Routledge, 201-216.(1997)