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NWSA journal : a publication of the National Women's Studies Association
NWSA Journal: Volume 1, Number 2 (Winter 1988-89) by The National Women's Studies Association1.2
NWSA Journal, Volume 1, Number 3, Spring 19891.3
NWSA Journal: Volume 1, Number 4 (Summer 1989) by The National Women's Studies Association1.4
NWSA JOURNAL (THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S STUDIES ASSOCIATION, VOLUME 6, NO. 1-3) by Patrocinio P. (Editor) Schweickart6.1-3
NWSA Journal Number 1, Volume 5 Spring 1993 by The National Women's Studies Association5.1
NWSA Journal Volume 5, Number 2 Summer 1993 by The National Women's Studies Association5.2
NWSA Journal Volume 5, Number 3 Fall 1993 by The National Women's Studies Association5.3
NWSA Journal Volume 6 Number 3 by Ablex Publishing Corporation6.3
NWSA Journal: A Publication of The National Women's Studies Association7.1
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 7, Number 2, Summer 1995 by Indiana University Press7.2
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 7, Number 3, Fall 1995 by The National Women's Studies Association7.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 8, Number 1, Spring 19968.1
NWSA Journal; Volume 8, Number 2 by Patrocinio P. (Editor) Schweickart8.2
NWSA Journal; Volume 8, Number 3 by Patrocinio P. (Editor) Schweickart8.3
NWSA Journal; Volume 9, Number 1 by Margaret McFadden9.1
Nwsa Journal: Vol. 9, No. 3, Fall 1997 (a Publication of the National Women's Studies Association) by Margaret McFadden9.3
NWSA Journal; Volume 10, Number 1 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden10.1
NWSA Journal: A Publication of the National Women's Studies Association: Vol. 10, No.2, Summer 1998 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden10.2
NWSA Journal; Volume 10, Number 3 by Margaret McFadden10.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 1999 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden11.1
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 1999 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden11.2
NWSA Journa: Volume 11, Number 3 Fall 1999 by Margaret McFaden11.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 12, Number 1, Spring 2000 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden12.1
NWSA Journal; Volume 12, Number 2 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden12.2
NWSA Journal; Volume 12, Number 3 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden12.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2001 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden13.1
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 13, Number 2, Summer 2001 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden13.2
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 13, Number 3, Fall 2001 by Margaret McFadden13.3
NWSA Journal Volume 14, Number 1 Spring 2002 by The National Women's Studies Association14.1
NWSA Journal; Volume 14, Number 2 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden14.2
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Womens Studies Association, Volume 14, Number 3, Fall 2002 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden14.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Womens Studies Association, Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2003 by Margaret (Editor) McFadden15.1
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women’s Studies Association, Volume 15, Number 2, Summer 2003 by Margaret McFadden15.2
NWSA Journal; Volume 15, Number 3 by Margaret McFadden15.3
NWSA Journal Volume 16 Number 1 Spring 2004 by The National Women's Studies Association16.1
NWSA Journal Volume 16 Number 2 Summer 2004 by The National Women's Studies Association16.2
NWSA Journal Volume 16 Number 3 by Brenda Daly16.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Womens Studies Association, Volume 17, Number 1, Spring 2005 by (Editor) Brenda Daly17.1
NWSA Journal; Volume 17, Number 2 by Brenda Daly17.2
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Womens Studies Association, Volume 17, Number 3, Fall 2005 by (Editor) Brenda Daly17.3
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Womens Studies Association, Volume 18, Number 1, Spring 2006 by Brenda Daly18.1
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women's Studies Association, Volume 18, Number 2, Summer 2006 by Brenda Daly18.2
NWSA Journal, a publication of the National Women's Studies Association, Volume 18, Number 3, Fall 2006 by Brenda Daly18.3
NWSA Journal; Volume 19, Number 1 by Brenda Daly19.1
NWSA Journal, Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2007 (a Publication of The National Women's Studies Association) by Brenda Daly19.2
NWSA Journal, Volume 19, Number 3, Fall 2007 (a Publication of The National Women's Studies Association) by Editor: Brenda Daly19.3
NWSA Journal Volume 20 Number 1 Spring 2008 by Rebecca (Editor) Ropers-Huilman20.1
NWSA Journal (Volume 20, Number 2) Summer 2008 (20) by Fauzia Ahmed20.2
NWSA Journal Volume 20 Number 3 Fall 2008 by Rebecca (Editor) Ropers-Huilman20.3
NWSA Journal; Vol. 21, Number 1 by Rebecca (Editor) Ropers-Huilman21.1
NWSA Journal Volume 21 Number 2 Summer 200921.2
NWSA Journal Volume 21, Number 3, Fall 2009 (a Publication of The National Women's Studies Association) by Rebecca (Editor) Ropers-Huilman21.3

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