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Volume 44, Issue 2
Fall 2021


Critical Mood and Mental Health: Lessons from Troye Sivan’s Blue

Neighbourhood Trilogy

Josh Miller

doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.013

Revolution is Another Climax
Shilyh Warren and Beatriz Balanta
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.014

Changing Campus Culture through Intersectional Language

Reform: An Action Research Project
Rachel Skrlac Lo and Shauna M. MacDonald
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.015

“Giving the Breast for Baby and Country”: Publicizing Lactation

for Mothers in the Military
Carrie Murawski
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.016

Book Reviews
Quantitative Research Methods in Communication: The Power of

Numbers for Social Justice by Erica Scharrer and Srividya Ramasu-

Shawna Harris 
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.017

Black or Right: Anti/Racist Campus Rhetorics by Louis M. Maraj

Matthew Houdek
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.018


Charmian Kittredge London: Trailblazer, Author, Adventurer by Iris

Jamahl Dunkle
matthew [bettina] heinz

doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.019

Examining the Success of the 19th Amendment at the Centennial: A

Call to Action for Communication Scholars
Ashton Mouton
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.020

Thank You, Foremothers; Thank You, Sisters: A Celebration of

Black Women’s Work in the Suffrage Movement and Beyond

Shavonne R. Shorter
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.021

Reflections on the 100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the 19th

Amendment: Past as Prologue
Navita Cummings James
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.022

Immigration and Women’s Suffrage: Considering the Construction

of Citizenship and the Role of Anti-Immigrant Sentiment
Virginia Sánchez Sánchez
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.023

“It’s Florida”: The 19th Amendment, Voting, and 
Vulnerable Groups
Patrice M. Buzzanell
doi: 10.34036/WL.2021.024

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