Volume 38, No. 3

Volume 38, No. 3

As we prepared Frontiers issue 38.3, we realized that we had reached an important milestone in the journal's history at...
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Volume 38, No. 2 Special Issue: ERA

Volume 38, No. 2 Special Issue: ERA

In March 2015 actress Patricia Arquette gave an acceptance speech at the Academy Awards for her role as a supporting...
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Volume 38, Issue 1

Volume 38, Issue 1

Feminist critiques of transformations, movements, and hierarchies in different social contexts have truly enhanced many aspects of humanities and social...
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About the Journal

The new University of Utah and University of California Santa Cruz editorial team of Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies is committed to embracing emerging visions of a dynamic and unsettled “feminist frontiers.” As the journal’s new guiding voice, we seek to advance feminist investigations and expressions into the 21st century. Frontiers—as a term or topic of analysis—evokes differing memories, figurations, affects and emotions. Questions of “whose frontiers”, “which frontiers” and how is a “frontier” even formed, by who and where are debated and refused. While we participate in “frontiers” contested spaces, we simultaneously embrace the possibilities of thinking with and through frontiers as a way to foster and reinvigorate feminist and specifically women of color, queer and decolonial feminist theorizing, pedagogy and praxis.

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