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“Our Day Will Come”: The Armagh Dirty Protest and the Feminization of Sinn Féin
From 1976 to 1981 during the Northern Irish “Troubles,” the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and Britain fought a proxy war within the Northern Irish prison system. The question was that of “political status,” or the right of ...
Mother Tongue: Sixteenth-Century Sephardi Women's Contributions to Judeo-Spanish
Upon their expulsion from the Iberian Peninsula, which began in 1391 and culminated in the issuing of the Alhambra Decree in 1492, the Sephardim who migrated to the Ottoman Empire continued and adjusted their cultural and ...