Who Would Believe a Prisoner?

Before readers even open its front cover, Who Would Believe a Prisoner? poses a powerful epistemological question about how institutions...
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Who Would Believe a Prisoner?

Fierce and Fearless

Judy Tzu-Chun Wu and Gwendolyn Mink (Patsy Mink’s daughter) bring Mink’s life and career front and center, placing their work...
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Fierce and Fearless

Speak the Lessons and Outlast All Haters! Asian American Women and Higher Ed Leadership

Factually, there are bars I must live under that other leaders do not. To lead as a woman of color...
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Embracing Emerging Visions of Dynamic and Unsettled "Feminist Frontiers"

We seek to advance feminist investigations and expressions into the 21st century. Frontiers -- as a term or topic of analysis -- envokes differing memories, figurations, affects and emotions.

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Volume 45, Issue 1 Asian American Abolition Feminisms

Our special issues bring together Asian American political critique and abolition feminisms to consider how we can move beyond ambiguous calls to “stop hate” that are disconnected from analysis of power and violence and that often favor performative measures and individual recognition. Instead, we move towards an expansive politics of difference in order to critique the legitimization of state violence and the deployment of death through systems of racial and gendered difference. The two i...

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Frontiers Augmented is designed to pull the ear of the listener towards new or previously peripheral ideas. Augmented offers a place for deeper engagement with content published in the journal by featuring author interviews and artist perspectives and also provides new online-only content in the form of peer-reviewed Book Reviews, Online Colloquia, and Podcasts.

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