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Complete Bibliography, Girl Squads

Byun, Kyeonghwa, Eun-Jung Kang, Changgen Yoo, and Kyu-Han Kim. “Spatial Transformation and
Functions of Bulteok as Space for Haenyeo on Jeju Island, Korea.” Journal of Asian Architecture
and Building Engineering, 14.3, 2015. 533-540.

Carratura, Vincenzo Acampora. Interview with Lee Mae-chun., 15 Feb. 2017.

“Culture of Jeju Haenyeo (women divers).” UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.

DenHoed, Andrea. “The Sea Women of South Korea.” New Yorker, 29 Mar. 2015.

Flowers, Alison. “The Last Mermaids.” Utne, 170. 74-75.

Gwon, Gwi-Sook. “Changing Labor Processes of Women's Work: The Haenyo of Jeju Island.” Korean
Studies, 29, 2005. 114-136.

Hilty, Anne. Jeju Island: Reaching to the Core of Beauty. Korea Foundation, 2011.

Hong, Suk Ki. “Hae-Nyo, the Diving Women of Korea.” Physiology of Breath-Hold Diving and the Ama of
Japan. National Academy of Sciences National Research Council, 1965. 99-111.

Hyun-kyung, Kang. “Local politician touts Jeju ‘haenyeo’ for UNESCO cultural heritage. Korea Times, 12
Jan. 2016.

Il, Sun-Ae. “Why do Korean Women Dive? A Discussion from the Viewpoint of Gender.” Asian Fisheries
Science, 25S, 2012. 47-58.

Karikis, Mikhail. “Nonsense: Towards a vocal conceptual compass for art.” Voice Studies: Critical
Approaches to Process, Performance and Experience. Eds. Konstantinos Thomaidis and Ben
MacPherson. Routledge, 2015. 79-89.

Lee, Joo-Young and Hyo Hung Lee. “Korean Women Divers ‘Haenyeo’: Bathing Suits and Acclimatization
to Cold.” Journal of the Human-Environment System, 17.1, 2014. 1-11.

--, Joonhee Park, Eunsook Koh, and Seongwon Cha. “Finger cold-induced vasodilation of older Korean
female divers, haenyeo: effects of chronic cold exposure and aging.” International Journal of
Biometeorology, 61, 2017. 1299–1307.

Lee, Joung-Hun and Yoh Iwasa. “Tourists and traditional divers in a common fishing ground.” Ecological
Economics, 70, 2011. 2350–2360.

Moon, Suk-hie. “Musical Study on the Woman Diver’s Rowing Song Transmitted to Western Kyeong
Nam.” The Society of Korean Folk Song, 16, 2005. 117-152

Mundy, Simon. “The Sea Women of Jeju.” Financial Times, 4 Sept. 2015.
Oh, Yun Jung, Ji Yong Jung, Sung Soo Kim, Kyong-Suk Chae1, Jiwon Rhu1, and Chungsik Lee. “The
association of kidney function with repetitive breath-hold diving activities of female divers from
Korea, Haenyeo.” BMC Nephrology, 18.75, 2017.

Onishi, Norimitsu. “South Korea's 'Sea Women' Trap Prey and Turn Tables.” New York Times, 15 Feb.

Park, Diana. “Better Together.” Seoul Magazine, July 2017. 44-47.

Sang-hun, Choe. “Hardy Divers in Korea Strait, ‘Sea Women’ Are Dwindling.” New York Times, 29 Mar.

Schiot, Molly. “Korean Deep Sea Divers.” Game Changers: The Unsung Heroes of Sports History. Simon &
Schuster, 2016.

Shirley and Sharon Firth
Anselmi, Elaine. “The Town That Wouldn't Die.” Up Here, 13 Mar. 2017.

Brizinski, Peggy Martin. “The Summer Meddler: The Image of the Anthropologist as Tool for Indigenous
Formulations of Culture.” Anthropology, Public Policy, and Native Peoples in Canada. Eds. Noel
Dyck and James B. Waldram. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1993. 146-165.

Cockney, Angus. “I was just a number.” Globe and Mail, 27 Feb. 2001.

“First indigenous women inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.” As It Happens. CBC, 21 Oct. 2015.

Francoeur, Renée. “She was a one-of-a-kind lady, a true role model.” Northern Journal, 1 May 2013.

Gobert, Trina. “Coaching goal of champ (retired skiers Shirley and Sharon Firth).” Windspeaker 18.5,
2000. 23-24.

Graves, Peter. “Bjorger Pettersen – A Pioneer of the Modern Era of XC Skiing.” Cross Country Ski de fond
Canada, 29 Dec. 2010.

Hall, M. Ann. The Girl and the Game: A History of Women’s Sport in Canada. University of Toronto Press,

--. “Toward a History of Aboriginal Women in Canadian Sport.” Aboriginal Peoples and Sport in Canada:
Historical Foundations and Contemporary Issues. Eds. Janice Forsyth and Audrey R. Giles. UBC
Press, 2013. 64-94.

Hargreaves, Jennifer. Heroines of Sport: The politics of difference and identity. Routledge, 2000.

Kelland, Jenn. “Humble Olympian prefers the quiet life.” Windspeaker, 23.12, 2006. S11.

Luxen, Micah. “Survivors of Canada's 'cultural genocide' still healing.” BBC News, 4 June 2015.

Manning, Sally. Guts and Glory: The Arctic Skiers Who Challenged the World. Outcrop, 2006.
Meili, Dianne. “Shirley Firth-Larsson: quiet, accomplished and inspiring others to the end.” Windspeaker,
31.3, 2013. 22.

Miller, James Rodger. Shingwauk's Vision: A History of Native Residential Schools. University of Toronto
Press, 1996.

“N.W.T. Olympian dies of cancer at 59.” CBC, 2 May 2013.

O’Bonsawin, Christine M. Failed TEST: Aboriginal sport policy and the Olympian Firth sisters.
Dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 2002.

--. “The Construction of the Olympian Firth Sisters by the Canadian Press.” The Global Nexus Engaged:
Sixth International Symposium for Olympic Research. Eds. Kevin B. Wamsley, Robert K. Barney,
Scott G. Maryn. University of Western Ontario, 2002. 193-198.

“Sharon and Shirley Firth enter Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.” CBC, 21 Oct. 2015.

“Sharon Firth.” Sports Reference.

“Shirley Firth.” Sports Reference.

Simon, Roland. “Profile of Sharon Anne and Shirley Anne Firth.” Hidden in Plain Sight: Contributions of
Aboriginal Peoples to Canadian Identity and Culture. Eds. David R. Newhouse, Cora J. Voyageur,
and Dan Beavon. University of Toronto Press, 2005.

“The Firth Sisters: Northern Lights.” Cross Country Ski de fond Canada, 10 Jan. 2011.

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, The. Canada’s Residential Schools: The History, Part 2,
1939 to 2000. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015.

Valentine, John. “Shirley Firth.” Native Americans in Sports. Ed. C Richard King. Routledge, 2004. 114-

Zeman, Brenda. To run with Longboat: twelve stories of Indian athletes in Canada. G.M.S. Ventures,

Witches of the Orient
Atkins, E. Taylor. A History of Popular Culture in Japan: From the Seventeenth Century to the Present.
Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.

Faison, Elyssa. Managing Women: Disciplining Labor in Modern Japan. University of California Press,
Goldblatt, David and Johnny Acton. How to Watch the Olympics: The Essential Guide to the Rules,
Statistics, Heroes, and Zeroes of Every Sport. Penguin, 2011.

Igarashi, Yoshikuni. Bodies of Memory: Narratives of War in Postwar Japanese Culture, 1945-1970.
Princeton University Press, 2000. 155-162.

Kietlinski, Robin. Japanese Women and Sport: Beyond Baseball and Sumo. Bloomsbury Academic, 2011.

Kingston, Jeff. Nationalism in Asia: A History Since 1945. Wiley Blackwell, 2017.

Macnaughtan, Helen. “An interview with Kasai Masae, captain of the Japanese women’s volleyball team
at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.” Japan Forum, 24.4, 2012. 491-500.

--. “The Oriental Witches: Women, Volleyball and the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.” Sport in History, 34:1,
2014. 134-156.

--. Women, Work and the Japanese Economic Miracle: The case of the cotton textile industry, 1945-1975.
RoutledgeCurzon, 2005.

Merklejn, Iwona. “Remembering the Oriental Witches: Sports, Gender and Shōwa Nostalgia in the NHK
Narratives of the Tokyo Olympics.” Social Science Japan, 16.2, 2013. 235-250.

--. “The taming of the witch: Daimatsu Hirobumi and coaching discourses of women’s volleyball in
Japan.” Asia Pacific Journal of Sport and Social Science, 3.2, 2014. 115-129.

Mobley, Alex M. A Secret History of Volleyball. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,

Otomo, Rio. “Narratives, the Body and the 1964 Tokyo.” Asian Studies Review, 31, 2007. 117-132.

Tagsold, Christian. “Remember to get back on your feet quickly: the Japanese women’s volleyball team
at the 1964 Olympics as a ‘Realm of Memory.’” Sport, Memory and Nationhood in Japan:
Remembering the Glory Days. Eds. Andreas Niehaus and Christian Tagsold. Routledge, 2013. 42-

Whiting, Robert. “‘Witches of the Orient’ symbolized Japan’s fortitude.” Japan Times, 21 Oct. 2014.

Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens
Associated Press. “Sloane Stephens Wins U.S. Open Grand Slam Final Against Madison Keys.” Refinery29,
9 Sept. 2017.

Baggett, David and Neil Delaney Jr. “Friendship, Rivalry, and Excellence.” Tennis and Philosophy: What
the Racket is All About. Ed. David Baggett. University Press of Kentucky, 2010. 255-274.

Brennan, Christine. “In U.S. Open final, Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys show true meaning of
friendship.” USA Today Sports, 9 Sept. 2017.

Briggs, Simon. “Sloane Stephens cruises to US Open victory over 'best friend' Madison Keys.” Telegraph,
10 Sept. 2017.
Clarey, Christopher. “The Time Has Come, at Last, for Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens.” New York
Times, 8 Sept. 2017.

Culpepper, Chuck. “About that colossal, 19-second Sloane Stephens-Madison Keys hug…” Washington
Post, 10 Sept. 2017.

Elliott, Helene. “Friends Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens become foes in U.S. Open women's finals.”
Los Angeles Times, 8 Sept. 2017.

Fendrich, Howard. “US Open finalists Keys, Stephens commiserated over injuries.” Associated Press, 8
Sept. 2017.

Harwitt, Sandra. “Friends Madison Keys, Sloane Stephens face off in first U.S. Open final.” USA Today
Sports, 8 Sept. 2017.

Howard, Johnette. “The match made in heaven.” Guardian, 20 June 2005.

--. The Rivals: Chris Evert Vs. Martina Navratilova: Their Epic Duels and Extraordinary Friendship.
Broadway, 2005.

Keating, Steve. “Slams come and go, Keys and Stephens friendship remains.” Reuters, 9 Sept. 2017.

--. “Tennis: Madison Keys, Sloane Stephens put friendship to Grand Slam test.” Reuters, 10 Sept. 2017.

Mitchell, Kevin. “Sloane Stephens v Madison Keys: a landmark final between firm friends.” Guardian, 8
Sept. 2017.

--. “Sloane Stephens’ win over Madison Keys warms hearts after poor US Open final.” Guardian, 11 Sept.

Newman, Paul. ”US Open: Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens prepare for friendly battle in all-American
final.” Independent, 9 Sept. 2017.

Vecsey, George. “The Best of Rivals and Best of Friends, Then and Always.” New York Times, 29 Aug.

Waldman, Celia. “New Book Highlights Friendship Between Tennis Rivals.” Sports Illustrated Kids, 8 May

“Women’s tour not ‘Mean Girls, but some players don’t want friends.” Fox Sports, 25 Jan. 2015.

Trưng Trắc and Trưng Nhị
Bielenstein, Hans. “Wang Mang, the Restoration of the Han Dynasty, and Later Han.” The Cambridge
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Chiricosta, Alessandra. “Following the trail of the fairy-bird: the search for a uniquely Vietnamese
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Eller, Cynthia. The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory: Why an Invented Past Won’t Give Women a Future.
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Gilbert, Marc Jason. “When Heroism is Not Enough: Three Women Warriors of Vietnam, Their Historians
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Jamieson, Neil L. Understanding Vietnam. University of California Press, 1993. 8.

Liu, Rossina Zamora, as retold by. “Trung Sisters.” Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife.
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Mann, Susan. “Presidential Address: Myths of Asian Womanhood.” Journal of Asian Studies 59.4, Nov.
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Schafer, John C. “Le Van and Notions of Vietnamese Womanhood.” Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 5.3,
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Tai, Hue-Tam Ho. “Faces of Remembrance and Forgetting.” The Country of Memory: Remaking the Past
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Taylor, Keith Weller. The Birth of Vietnam. University of California Press, 1983. 38-41, 334-339.

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Manon Rolande and Sophie Grandchamp
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Linton, Marisa. Choosing Terror: Virtue, Friendship, and Authenticity in the French Revolution. Oxford
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--. “Fatal Friendships: The Politics of Jacobin Friendship.” French Historical Studies, 31.1, 2008.

May, Gita. Madame Roland and the age of Revolution. Columbia University Press, 1970.
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Pope-Hennessy, Una. “Madame Roland: A Study in Revolution.” 1917. Forgotten Books, 2018.

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The Patriotic Women’s League of Iran
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Ahmadi Khorasani, Nooshin. Interview with Khadijeh Moghadam. Translated by MS. Archives of articles
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Vanzan, Anna. “From the Royal Harem to a Post-modern Islamic Society: Some Considerations on
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Supreme Court of the United States
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--. “What does the junior Supreme Court justice do? Kagan tells Gorsuch it starts in the kitchen.”
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Biskupic, Joan. Breaking In: The Rise of Sonia Sotomayor and the Politics of Justice. Sarah Crichton, 2014.

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--. “Three Justices Bound by Beliefs, Not Just Gender.” New York Times, 1 July 2013.

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