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    Desert Chrome

    For those new to Kathryn Wilder’s nature-based creative nonfiction, she draws from her life, and how her decisions have affected not only her, but her family and the advocacy she lives as well. Her work has been cited in Best American Essays and nominated for the PEN America Literary Award and Pushcart Prize. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications such…

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    Clelia O. Rodríguez

    Frontiers Augmented highlights selected authors from our issues to create a means for deeper engagement with the content published in the Frontiers Journal. The most recent special issue, Deterritorializing Frontiers 42.3, edited by Frontiers Co-Editors Silvia Solís, Wanda S. Pillow, Kimberly M. Jew, and Darius Bost, highlights author Clelia O. Rodríguez, Ph.D., from the Department of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning and the…

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    Call for Papers: 2022 NWSA Women of Color Caucus – Frontiers Student Essay Award

    Application Submission Deadline: July 1st, 2022 The National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) in partnership with Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies invites paper submissions for the 2022 NWSA Women of Color Caucus-Frontiers Student Essay Award. The purpose of this award is to discover, encourage, and promote the intellectual development of emerging scholars who engage in critical theoretical discussions and/or analyses…

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    Special Issue: Asian American Abolition Feminisms

    Call for Papers: Asian American Abolition Feminisms Special Issue Editors: Diane Wong (Rutgers University-Newark) and Rachel Kuo (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill) Time zones apart, we listened to the news unfold — learning and grieving the names of the eight victims of the March 2021 Atlanta shootings at massage parlors that sounded intimately familiar to the names of our sisters,…

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    Medicine Stories

    Aurora Levins Morales’s book sets the reader up on a journey through her teachings and knowledges that she has gained over the years as a Puerto Rican Ashkenazi Jewish activist. This newly revised edition that expands on the original 1998 version, takes into consideration and subtly comments on the current political, social and activists’ climate. Morales explores the complexities of…

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    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 Studies in 2015, critically examines the role of the body under late capitalism. The book draws significantly from her earlier work Caliban and the Witch (2004), which examines the ways in which the persecution of women libelled as witches was…

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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 Frontiers Journal. The most recent general issue 42.2, edited by Frontiers Co-Editors Wanda S. Pillow, Kimberly M. Jew, and Darius Bost, highlights author Jennifer E. Cossyleon, Ph.D., winner of the 2018 National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Women of Color Caucus-Frontiers Student…