In this Issue
- Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 1999
- Special Issue: Woman Created, Woman Transfigured, Woman Consumed
- Guest Editor: Marilyn Crafton Smith
Formerly NWSA Journal, through Volume 21, No. 3, Fall 2009 (E-ISSN: 1527-1889, Print ISSN: 1040-0656).
Feminist Formations is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal publishing groundbreaking work by scholars, activists, and practitioners in feminist, gender, and sexuality studies. Its subject matter includes national as well as global and transnational feminist thought and practice, the cultural and social politics of genders and sexualities, historical and contemporary studies of gendered experience, agency, and activism, and other established and emerging lines of feminist inquiry. Feminist Formations showcases new feminist theoretical formations, cultivating a common forum where feminists can articulate theory, activism, and education.
published byIndiana University Press
viewing issueVolume 11, Number 2, Summer 1999
Table of Contents
- The Second Coming of Diana
- pp. 103-123
- The Other Diana
- pp. 138-145
- Reading the Text
- pp. 152-162
- Consumption, Commodity, and Culture
- pp. 176-184
- The Way We Were: Gender and Archaeology
- pp. 185-194
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