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The evocative lyrics and blurry aesthetics of the national
From carriers to careers: Can military service boost a woman's earning potential?
Dynamics of water availability in aridland agriculture
Madres hablan: Ideas y prácticas de la maternidad. A comparative analysis of bordertown mothers in Tijuana and San Diego
Features of summaries written by second language writers
Renaming the world through hip-hop: The soundtrack of the revolution
The iconography and sociocultural significance of guajiro variety cabrito cream-polychrome pottery at Buenavista Del Cayo, western Belize
Wearing a mask: Demystifying the views and opinions of black women's bodies tied to slavery and hip hop
Decolonizing Chinigchinich: Religious landscapes of Southern California
Food, nostalgia, and home on the U.S./Mexico border: The palimpsest of memory in the creation of home and imagined futures
Adapting in rural Paraguay: Drought, authoritarianism, and social-ecological poverty traps
The regenerative resistance: Warrior womxn talk embodiment at the intersections of self-care and social justice
"Please read and respond": Strategies for community engagement in museums in San Diego and their implications for the Nate Harrison project
From marco to micro: Applying histology to individuals from Rio Viejo, Oaxaca, Mexico as an investigation into age and season of death
Itsmolinalsentlalotl nauatl: Lessons learned from a language maintenance and development effort in Guerrero, Mexico
A history of the women of Mexico and their agency: Goddesses, queens, translators, and nuns
San Diego State University Mission Valley Housing Policy Options
Determining sources of recharge in an urban and semi-arid aquifer: Using stable isotopes as tracers
In the woods she toils: Witches, ecophobia, and American manhood
Identity, connectivity, and governance: Perspectives from contemporary Rapa Nui

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