Announcement: New Co-Editor Debjani Chakravarty

We announce that Professor Kimberly Jew is stepping down from the role of Co-Editor after 5 years at the journal. Among her many contributions to Frontiers are two special issues that she edited: Black Performance and Staging Feminist Futures. Dr. Jew also wrote numerous memorable editori...

Book Review: Glitch Feminism & Wild Things in Conversation

Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto by Legacy Russell and Wild Things: The Disorder of Desire by Professor Jack Halberstam are two texts that you would not initially draw comparisons between. Russell’s primary f...

A Frontiers Conversation in the aftermath of the Atlanta Shootings

A conversation between Frontiers co-editors Kimberly M. Jew and Darius Bost in the aftermath of the March 16, 2021 Atlanta shootings that left 8 people dead, 6 of them Asian women. 


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The Making of The Celine Archive Movie

Editor's Note: In celebration of Filipinx American History Month, scholar and filmmaker Celine Parreñas Shimizu discusses her new film, The Celine Archive, set for international release October 15th


Hot off the Press: Volume 41 Issue 2

The Frontiers Editorial Collective invite you to our most recent issue 41.2.

"This issue includes individual papers with two curated conversations: a round-table, "Staging Feminist Futures," and a colloquium, "Sowing the Seeds: Decolonial Practices and Pedagogies....

Gender Politics in Iran and the Last Forty Years: Eleven Stories

Frontiers is pleased to present a special online issue addressing gender politics in Iran in the last forty years following the 1979 Iran Revolution.

Announcement: New Co-Editor Darius Bost

2020 marks change at Frontiers, a Women Studies Journal. It is an honor to introduce a new partnership in the Frontiers Editorial Collective, Professor Darius Bost.

“World”-Making and “World”-Travelling with Decolonial Feminisms and Women of Color

Guest Editors: Wanda Alarcón, Dalida María Benfield, Annie Isabel Fukushima, Marcelle Maese

Reproductive Justice and Health

Reproductive justice health remains a top priority globally and requires proactive involvement, voice, protest, leadership, policy advocacy, research and scholarship to activate and maintain reproductive health access, information, and rights.