Faculty Scholarship


Kathleen Berkeley, The Women's Liberation Movement In America(Greenwood Press, 1999)

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Kathleen Berkeley, Like A Plague Of Locusts: From An Antebellum Town To A New South City, Memphis, Tennessee, 1850-1888 (Garland Pub., c1991)


Kathleen Berkeley, Southern Cities, Southern Schools: Public Education In The Urban South (Greenwood Press, 1990)

Nationality of Her Own

Candace Bredbenner, A Nationality of Her Own: Women, Citizenship, and the Politics of Marriage, (University of California Press, 1998)

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María Camí-Vela, Mujeres Detrás De La Cámara: Entrevistas Con Cineastas Españolas, 1990-2004                                       (Madrid: Ocho y Medio, c2005)

la busqueda De La Identidad en la Obra

Maria Cami-Vela, La Búsqueda De La Identidad En La Obra Literaria De Carme Riera (Madrid: Pliegos, 2000)

Health Care for Women International

Eleanor Krassen Covan, edit-in-chief, Routledge, 2 issues per year


Janet Ellerby, Following The Tambourine Man: A Birthmother's Memoir (Syracuse University Press, 2007)


Janet Ellerby, Intimate Reading: The Contemporary Women's Memoir (Syracuse University Press, 2001)


Leslie Hossfeld, Narrative, Political Unconscious And Racial Violence In Wilmington, North Carolina (Routledge, 2005)

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Donna King, Doing Their Share To Save The Planet: Children And Environmental Crisis (Rutgers University Press, c1995)

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Patricia Lerch, Waccamaw Legacy: Contemporary Indians FightFor Survival (University of Alabama Press, c2004)

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Patricia Lerch, Sea And Land: Cultural And Biological Adaptations In The Southern Coastal Plain (University of Georgia Press, c1988)

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Lisa Pollard, Nurturing the Nation: The Family Politics Of Modernizing, Colonizing And Liberating Egypt, 1805/1923 (University of California Press, 2005)


Lisa Pollard, Families of A New World: Gender, Politics, And State Development In A Global Context (Routledge, 2003)

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Lisa Pollard, They Say the River Ran Red with Blood": Narrative, Political Unconscious and Racial violence in Wilmington, North Carolina (North Carolina State University, 2002)

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Barbara Waxman, 1898-1998: The First Hundred Years Of B'nai Israel Synagogue, Wilmington, North Carolina (Wilmington, N.C. : B'nai Israel Synagogue, 1998)


Barbara Waxman, From The Hearth To The Open Road: A Feminist Study Of Aging In Contemporary Literature (Greenwood Press, 1990)

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Barbara Waxman, Multicultural Literatures Through Feminist/Poststructuralist Lenses (University of Tennessee, c1993)

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Barbara Waxman, To Live In The Center Of The Moment: Literary Autobiographies Of Aging (University Press of Virginia, 1997)

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