Frontiers 43:3

Frontiers 43:3

Edited by Wanda S. Pillow, Kimberly Jew, and Darius Bost

Table Of Contents

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Frontiers Vol. 43, No. 3 (2022)

Editors’ Note
Kimberly M. Jew, Wanda S. Pillow, and Cindy Cruz

“Archipelagic Penal Spaces”: The Iraqi Muslim Woman and the Abject Female Soldier in Helen Benedict’s Sand Queen
Dalia M. A. Gomaa

Towards a Differential Ethics of Belonging in a Transnational Context: Navigating the Hong Kong Movement in the US in 2020 and 2021
Shui-yin Sharon Yam

Toward Strategic Auto-Orientalism in Iranian American Self-Narrative: A Critique of Jasmin Darznik’s The Good Daughter
Hossein Nazari and Fateme Nazari

“Comfort Women” Memorials at the Crossroads of Ultranationalist, Feminist, and Decolonial Critiques: Triangulating Japan, South Korea, and the United States
Lin Li

Utah Women’s Narrative Project
Utah Women’s Narratives: Narrative, Performance, and Collaboration
Diane Lê Strain, Liz DeBetta, and Annie Isabel Fukushima

A Tiny Town of Aunts
Rae Luebbert

What Are You?
Sammee James

A Hatred of Clover
Olivia Acosta   

Hollee McGinnis         

Sandra Del Rio Madrigal    

Colloquium: Surviving to Living: Five Diverse, Middle-Class Women’s Experiences of Domestic Violence

A Message to Those Experiencing Violence                                                                                                           


This Is Not Big Little Lies



Violence: This Narrative is Not Consent

Holding Space

Fear—Part I


September 2018

If It Was So Bad . . .

Getting Out and Living After

Violence—A List


Living After: Me with  Abuse=?
The Mundane as Practice
This Morning
Fear—Part II
I Did the Math
Abuse Stops Here
The Locksmith
Were You Robbed?



—senses awakening                                                                                                              
Flesh and Muscles
Looking Back
Seeing Ourselves
Tonight, I May Go for a (Pandemic) Walk

Survivor Anthems

What Can Friends, Family, Colleagues, Advocates, and Practitioners Do?

Art Gallery
Gina Athena Ulysse

One Priestess’s Salutation: A Study in Movement (English)
G1: Equilibrium
G2: Wind Cannot Be Uprooted
G4: Principles of Ordering and Poetry
G6: Crossroads Re-Encountered

Salitasyon yon manbo: Yon etid an mouvman (Creole)
G1: Ekilib
G2: Yo pa ka dechouke van
G4: Prensip lòd ak pwezi
G6: Kafou yo rejwenn ankò

Salutation d’une Prêtresse: Une étude en mouvement (French)
G1: Équilibre
G2: Le vent ne peut pas être déraciné
G4: Principes d’ordre et de poésie
G6: Carrefour retrouvé