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As we prepared Frontiers issue 38.3, we realized that we had reached an important milestone in the journal’s history at the Ohio State University (OSU); 38.3 is the last issue that our editorial team produced before the journal transitions to its new institutional home, the University of Utah. Much had happened since we first took over the journal in 2012. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu left OSU to take a position at the University of California, Irvine; Mytheli Sreenivas joined our editorial collective two years ago; and Krista Benson became the sixth and final editorial assistant to work with Frontiers during its tenure at OSU. These were but a few of the changes we experienced during the past five years. We are proud to say though that throughout these shifts in editorial staffing we still maintained a strong and focused intellectual vision for the journal, making sure that Frontiers continued with its long-standing reputation as one of the premier journals in the field of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. We feel that with issue 38.3 we are going out with a bang, so to speak, as the feminist intellectual and creative work we are featuring here speaks volumes about feminism’s commitment to the critique of neoliberalism, the careful deconstruction of cultural representation, and the insistent attention to race.

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Wanda Pillow Ph.D.

Associate Professor
ECS and Gender Studies
University of Utah

Kimberly Jew Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Theatre and Ethnic Studies
University of Utah

Cindy Cruz Ph.D.

Associate Professor
UC Santa Cruz

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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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Frontiers encourages submissions in all areas of women's studies that explore the diversity of women's lives as shaped by such factors as race, ethnicity, class, dis/ability, sexuality, and place.

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