Thinking, Talking, Writing Collectively

An Approach to Decolonial Feminist Praxis and Pedagogy Frontiers is pleased to present Krista Benson, April Petillo, Shy Pacheco Hamilton,...
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Thinking, Talking, Writing Collectively

The Making of The Celine Archive Movie

Editor's Note: In celebration of Filipinx American History Month, scholar and filmmaker Celine ParreƱas Shimizu discusses her new film, The...
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The Making of The Celine Archive Movie

Beauty Diplomacy

It is easy to dismiss beauty pageants as sexist or inconsequential. After all, many pageants continue to make judgments and...
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Beauty Diplomacy

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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 41, Issue 3

Theater exists in a temporally contested state, a space where past, present, and future collide to such a degree that new temporal and world-making imaginaries can emerge. While theatrical performance revels in a lively present-moment communion between performers and audience members, the enacted stories and their words are hauntings from the past.1 Artistic traditions, aesthetics, and shapes of characters breathed to life offer spectators a colorful pastiche through which to sift for reflect...

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