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Traditions vs progress in a Mexican context: The evolving roles of women during the Porfiriato in the nineteenth century
Mexicanidad: A damaged identity
The impact of socioeconomic status on emergency preparedness among women with gynecological cancer in Puerto Rico following hurricanes Irma and Maria
A review of tuberculosis remedies during the 19th and early 20th centuries
Black magic women: How racial and gender stereotypes shaped witch archetypes in U.S. popular culture in the long sixties
Damaged personal identity in healthcare
Mexican clientelism and social welfare
LSTM satellite predictions and visualization
Environmental racism in the eastern Coachella Valley: P'urhepecha parents' testimonios on childhood asthma-related symptoms and its relationship to the Salton Sea
El discurso de Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz como acto de rebelion socio-politica y religiosa en defensa por la educacion y la libertad del intelecto en la mujer
Memoria mixteca: Memory as a geography of resistance in mixteca alta of Oaxaca, Mexico
The metamorphosis of Harper Lee’s Scout Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird to Go Set a Watchman
The first space race, 1914-1933: How the press shaped spaceflight
Politicizing the woman’s wody: Incentivizing childbirth to rebuild Hungarian nationalism
A Yuman digital library: The Takuk bird song cycle archives of the Ipai, Kumeyaay, Tipay(Tipai) people of Baja California, Mexico, and California, USA
We can probably laugh about this: Playing with theories of humor
Immigration in Trump’s Twitter era: How his framing on Twitter affected Mexican news coverage of the Central American migrant caravans
Sex, love, and OnlyFans: How the gig economy is transforming online sex work
Effects of land use and direct channel interventions on stream channel evolution in Los Laureles Canyon Watershed, Tijuana, Mexico
A feminist epistemological critique of comparative cognition research