Feminist Studies

Magazine Stand :: Feminist Studies Celebrates 50 Years

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With Volume 48.1, Feminist Studies scholarly journal celebrates fifty years of publication and commemorates forty years of “two anthologies that heralded major innovations in feminist theory: This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color (Persephone Press, 1981; Kitchen Table Press, 1983) and All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men, But Some of Us Are Brave: Black Women’s Studies (The Feminist Press, 1983). The writing in this issue,” continue Judith Gardiner and Matt Richardson in the preface, “reflects the deeply personal impact these books have had on scholars’ intellectual, political, and emotional development since the time of their publication.”

Contributors include Nicole Charles, Paulina Jones-Torregrosa, Analouise Keating, Emek Ergun, Nida Sajid, Keisha-Khan Perry, Sirisha Naidu, Sangeeta Kamat, Richa Nagar, Tala Khanmalek, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Sidra Lawrence, Kelsey Leonard, Chrystos, Max Wolf Valerio, And Jo Carrillo, Reanae Mcneal, Nathalie Lozano Niera, Shoniqua Roach, Kristie Soares, Tamara Lea Spira, Anna Storti, Saraellen Strongman. A full table of contents can be found on the Feminist Studies website.

Feminist Studies – Vol. 47 No. 3

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Special Issue: Feminism and Capitalism. “Why is feminism so good at understanding capitalism? Because gender, like capital, is never separate or pure in its expressions. Feminism has theorized gender as an intersecting system that configures and distributes power not just between female-identified and male-identified persons and within households, but also between classes and between producers and reproducers. It does so within and across these boundaries, and it questions the boundaries themselves.”

Read more about this issue at the Feminist Studies website.