Beyond the Periphery of the Skin

Marxist feminist scholar Silvia Federici’s latest book, based on a series of lectures delivered at the California Institute of Integral...
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Jennifer E. Cossyleon

Frontiers Augmented highlights selected authors from our issues to create a means for deeper engagement with the content published in the...
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K. Allison Hammer

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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 42, Issue 2

Produced in the last weeks of 2020 amid a global pandemic, global environmental catastrophes, social separation, social activism, and economic political uncertainties, this volume speaks to the tensions and provocations of feminist collective activism, gender-based violence, immigration justice, and reproduction. Together the essays highlight the crucial importance of feminist analysis to understand and influence theory, policy, and social change. "Return to normal" has become the Covid-19 ca...

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