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Frontiers is one of the oldest and most respected feminist journals in the United States. Frontiers retains its original commitment to a broad mix of scholarly work, personal essays, and the arts and to multicultural and interdisciplinary perspectives offered in accessible language. The cross-disciplinary and culturally diverse nature of the journal’s feminist content makes it an ideal source of women’s history, cultural theory, literature, essays, art, criticism, and pedagogical approaches.

Volume 43, Issue 3

This issue contains a unique collection of four general submission papers that coalesce around the importance of transnational feminist approaches and two narrative projects—a Utah Women’s Narrative Project (UWNP) and a co-written Domestic Violence Narratives Colloquium (DVNC), Surviving to Living: Five Diverse, Middle-Class Women’s Experiences of Domestic Violence. The issue concludes with a multilingual Art Gallery composed by Gina Athena Ulysse. The linkages across the papers, narratives, and art are compelling; reminding us of the intimacies of connection across place, locality, and time as well as the intersectionalites of oppressions and how key intersectionalities is to possible responses.