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Table of Contents Foreword: Feminism's Assumptions Upended, Barbara Ehrenreich Introduction, Tara McKelvey Abu Ghraib: It's Like an S&M Club; Only It's Real, Eve Ensler Sexual Coercion, Prisons, and Female Responses, Angela Davis Why Did Jennifer Scala Bring Cunt into the Courtroom? Ada Calhoun Split Screens, Karen J. Greenberg The Women of Abu Ghraib, Dr. Francine D'Amico The Misogynist Undercurrents Of Abu Ghraib, Lucinda Marshall Shock and Awe: Abu Ghraib, Women Military Police, and Racially Gendered Torture, Ilene Feinman, PhD Gender and Sexual Violence in the Military, Jumana Musa Women Soldiers and Interrogational Abuses in the War on Terror, Steven H. Miles The "Mean Girls" of Abu Ghraib, Erin Solaro Guarding Women: Abu Ghraib and Military Sexual Culture, Elizabeth L. Hillman "Beautiful Souls:" The Role of Women in War, Aziz Huq Photography/Pornography/Torture: The Politics of Seeing Abu Ghraib, Laura Frost Gender Trouble at Abu Ghraib? Timothy Kaufman-Osborn Is That the Pose of a Liberated Woman? Elizabeth Maddock Dillon Feminism as Imperialism, Katharine Viner The "Sex Interrogators" of Guantanamo, Kristine A. Huskey Women in the Interrogation Room, Riva Khoshaba Women's Role in Mob Violence: Lynchings and Abu Ghraib, LaNitra Walker George W. Bush and the War on Women, Barbara Finlay Lynndie England in Love, Janis Karpinski The Military Made Me Do It: Double Standards and Psychic Injuries at Abu Ghraib, Lila Rajiva Afterword, Cynthia Enloe Notes
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Violence in women.
Women and war.
Iraq War, 2003- -- Participation, Female.
Iraq War, 2003- -- Prisoners and prisons, American.
War on Terrorism, 2001- -- Participation, Female.
Military interrogation -- United States.
Prisoners of war -- Abuse of.
United States -- Armed Forces -- Women.