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- A Lot Like War: Petrocapitalism, 'Slow Violence,' and the Struggle for Environmental Justice.
- Accompanying Maya Women: Armed Resistance and Transitional Justice Struggles.
- Editors' Introduction.
- Why Women?
- Women Making Peace in Korea: The DMZ Ecofeminist Farm Project.
- Beyond Cold War Women: The Peace versus Freedom Debate Revisited.
- Cascading Movements for Peace: From Women Strike for Peace to UNSCR 1325.
- Nationizing Coalition and Solidarity Politics for US Antimilitarist Feminists.
- Peace, Praxis, and Women Farmers in China.
- The Role of Peacemaking in Penal Abolition.
- Abolitionist Pedagogy in the Neoliberal University: Notes on Trauma-Informed Practice, Collaboration, and Confronting the Impossible.
- We Are All Criminals: The Abolitionist Potential of Remembering.
- Against Punishment: Centering Work, Wages, and Uneven Development in Mapping the Carceral State.
- Who Is Mired in Utopia? The Logics of Criminal Justice and Penal Abolition.
- Histories of Abolition, Critiques of Security.
- How Employers Steal from Employees: The Untold Story.
- Confronting Christian Penal Charity: Neoliberalism and the Rebirth of Religious Penitentiaries.
- On (In)justice: Undisciplined Abolitionism in Canada.
- Confronting Gendered Pathways to Incarceration: Considerations for Reentry Programming.