In this Issue
Frontiers is one of the oldest and most respected feminist journals in the United States. Frontiers retains its original commitment to a broad mix of scholarly work, personal essays, and the arts and to multicultural and interdisciplinary perspectives offered in accessible language. The cross-disciplinary and culturally diverse nature of the journal's feminist content makes it an ideal source of women's history, cultural theory, literature, essays, art, criticism, and pedagogical approaches.
published byUniversity of Nebraska Press
viewing issueVolume 22, Number 3, 2001
Editorial Collective, Washington State University
Delia D. Aguilar, Women's Studies/Comparative American Cultures
Mary Bloodsworth, Women's Studies/Philosophy
Jo Hockenhull, Fine Arts, emeritus
Linda Kittell, English
Marian Sciachitano, English/Women's Studies
Shawn Michelle Smith, English
Yolanda Flores Niemann, Comparative American Cultures
No‘l Sturgeon, Women's Studies
Karen Weathermon, General Education
Amy Wharton, Sociology
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