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Volume 33, Issue 3, Winter 2021

 

Table of Contents

Essays

  • Editorial Introduction, Patti Duncan
  • Abolishing the Broom Closets in Omelas: Feminist Disability Analysis of Crisis and PrecarityJess Whatcott and Liat Ben-Moshe
  • A Political Pause: Multiple Temporalities of Activism in the Feminist Newspaper Distaff, Agatha Beins
  • Out of Place and Out of Time: Andrew Cunanan, Darren Criss, and Queer Filipinx Haunting, Alana J. Bock
  • A Central American Mestiza Consciousness: Rebeca Lane, Interruptive Choreography, and Rehearsing Change in the Borderlands, Kristen A. Kolenz
  • "Anyone can be Pussy Riot": Exploring the Possibilities of Transnational Digital Feminism, Jessica Gokhberg
  • "No Women Involved": Settler Colonial Racial Grammars in Black and Indigenous Education, Bayley J. Marquez
  • "De-national" Coalition Against Japan's Gendered Necropolitics: The "Comfort Women" Justice Movement in San Francisco and Geography of Resistance, Tomomi Kinukawa
  • Feminist Vulnerability Politics: Judith Butler on Autonomy and the Pursuit of a "Livable Life", Amber Knight
  • Training Anger with Accuracy: Audre Lorde's Invitation to Black Women, Peace Kiguwa

A Dossier on #MeToo and Transnational Gender Justice

  • #MeToo and Transnational Gender Justice: An Introduction, Chaitanya Lakkimsetti and Vanita Reddy, co-currators
  • On the Limits of Globalizing Black Feminist Commitments: "Me Too" and its White Detours, Shireen Roshanravan
  • From Madwomen to Whistleblowers: MeToo in South Korea as an Institutional Critique, Hae Yeon Choo
  • #MeToo Activism in Namibia: Sex-Positive Feminism and State Cooperation in the Fight to Stop Rape, Ashley Currier, Erin Winchester, and Emily Chien
  • The #MeToo Movement, Sexual Violence, and the Law in Sweden, Caitlin P. Carroll
  • #MeToo from the Margins: Rethinking Consent-Coercion Binaries with Commercial Sex Work in India, Sudeshna Chatterjee
  • Stripping Away at Respectability: #MeToo India and the Politics of Dignity, Chaitanya Lakkimsetti
  • Na Tuttiya Ve: Spiritual Activism and the #MeToo Movement in Pakistan, Ayesha Khurshid
  • The Borders of #MeToo: A Conversation about Sexual Violence Against Women in Ciudad Juárez, Gloria González-López and Lydia Cordero Cabrera
  • Afterword: "Walking Alongside Many #MeToos", Ashwini Tambe

    Poesía

    • "Monster," and: "To The Pigs", Choi Young-Mi, translated by Seung-Hee Jeon and Alice Kim

    Book Review

    • Infamous Bodies: Early Black Women's Celebrity and the Afterlives of Rights by Samantha Pinto (review), Danielle Bainbridge
    • Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto by Legacy Russell (review), Miranda Findlay
    • South Asian Filmscapes: Transregional Encounters ed. by Elora Halim Chowdhury and Esha Niyogi De (review), Sushmita Chatterjee