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Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies Faculty: Publications since January 2020

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Antliff, Mark

  1. Antliff, M. "Julia Adeney Thomas and Geoff Eley (eds), Visualizing Fascism: The Twentieth-Century Rise of the Global Right, reviewed by Mark Antliff." Journal of Visual Culture 20:1 (April, 2021): 113-116. [doi]
  2. Antliff, M. Sculptors Against the State: Anarchism and the Anglo-European Avant-Garde.  Penn State University Press, 2021.
  3. Antliff, M. "Henri Matisse's Portrait of a Standing Riffian: Islam, Byzantium, and 'Aristocratic Barbarism'." Image, Object, and Text: Canadian Contributions to the Study of Islamic Art and Archaeology  (2021).
  4. Leighten, P; Antliff, M. "“Kandinsky and Radical Ecology: States of Mind, States of Abstraction"." Vasily Kandinsky: Around the Circle.  (2021): 29-39.
  5. Antliff, M. "Pacifism, realism, and pathology: Alex comfort, cecil collins, and neo-romantic art during world war II." Modernism Modernity 27:3 (September, 2020): 519-549. [doi]
  6. Antliff, M; Leighten, P. "Anarchist Modernism after Signac: Fauvism, Futurism, Cubism." Paris 1900 and Post-Impressionism: Signac and the Indépendants  (2020).

Chow, Rey

  1. Chow, R. A Face Drawn in Sand Humanistic Inquiry and Foucault in the Present.  Columbia University Press, April, 2021.  [abs]
  2. Chow, R. "The message it is not: The work of the medium known as documentary." The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry 7:2 (April, 2020): 199-202. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Chow, R; Sarfan, A. "We “other victorians”? Novelistic remains, therapeutic devices, contemporary televisual dramas." Daedalus 150:1 (January, 2020): 118-133. [doi]  [abs]

cooke, miriam

  1. Cooke, M. "Displacement, war, and exile in simone fattal's works and days." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies 16:1 (January, 2020): 100-102. [doi]

DeFrantz, Thomas F.

  1. DeFrantz, TF. "The talking." Theater 50:3 (November, 2020): 63-67. [doi]
  2. DeFrantz, TF. "Soundz at the back of my head." Theater 50:3 (November, 2020): 69-85. [doi]
  3. Perkins, KA; Richards, SL; Defrantz, TF; Craft, RA. The Routledge Companion to African American Theatre and Performance.  Routledge, March, 2020: 426 pages.  [abs]

Douglass, Patrice D.

  1. Douglass, PD. "Assata is Here: (Dis)Locating Gender in Black Studies." Souls 22:1 (January, 2020): 89-103. [doi]  [abs]

Gabara, Esther L.

  1. Gabara, EL. “El laberinto de la hermandad: Me-Xicano Photography and Protest.”.  University of Washington Press/ Autry National Center/ Chicano Studies Research Center, February, 2020.

Grosz, Elizabeth

  1. Grosz, E. Sexual subversions.  Allen & Unwin, September, 2020: 1-259. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Grosz, E. "Inscriptions and body-maps: Representations and the corporeal." Feminine/Masculine and Representation July, 2020: 62-74.
  3. Grosz, E. Volatile bodies. January, 2020: 1-272. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Grosz, E. The nick of time: Politics, evolution and the untimely. January, 2020: 1-328. [doi]  [abs]

Hardt, Michael

  1. Hardt, M. "Immaterial labor and artistic production." Rethinking Marxism  (August, 2020): 175-177.  [abs]
  2. Means, AJ; Sojot, AN; Ida, Y; Hardt, M. "A dialogue with Michael Hardt on revolution, joy, and learning to let go." Educational Philosophy and Theory  (January, 2020). [doi]  [abs]
  3. Metz, A; Hardt, M; Mezzadra, S. "From social worker to social ship owner: Interview with Alessandro Metz." South Atlantic Quarterly 119:1 (January, 2020): 176-181. [doi]
  4. Hardt, M; Mezzadra, S. "Introduction: Migrant projects of freedom." South Atlantic Quarterly 119:1 (January, 2020): 168-175. [doi]

Hasso, Frances S.

  1. Hasso, FS. "“I have ambition”: Muhammad Ramadan's proletarian masculinities in postrevolution Egyptian cinema." International Journal of Middle East Studies 52:2 (May, 2020): 197-214. [doi]  [abs]

Khanna, Ranjana

  1. Khanna, R. "Touching the corpse: Reading Sinan Antoon." New Literary History 51:2 (March, 2020): 401-418. [doi]

Lamm, Kimberly K.

  1. Lamm, K. ""Pussy in a Can": Containing Feminization and Disposability in the Wire." Cultural Critique 2020:106 (December, 2020): 90-129. [doi]

Lentz-Smith, Adriane D.

  1. Bradley, SM; Davis, AR; Lentz-Smith, A; Williams, C. "On the experiences of black historians." Modern American History  (January, 2021): 91-102. [doi]
  2. Lentz-Smith, A. "The laws have hurt me violence, violation, and black women's struggles for civil rights." Southern Cultures 26:3 (September, 2020): 42-66. [doi]

McLarney, Ellen

  1. McLARNEY, E; MOTTAHEDEH, N. "Soundscapes of the iranian revolution." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies 16:2 (July, 2020): 227-234. [doi]

Namakkal, Jessica

  1. Namakkal, J. Unsettling Utopia The Making and Unmaking of French India. June, 2021: 256 pages.  [abs]
  2. Bray, M; Namakkal, J; Riccò, G; Roubinek, E. "Editors’ introduction." Radical History Review 2020:138 (January, 2020): 1-9. [doi]

Nash, Jennifer C.

  1. Nash, JC. Birthing Black Mothers. August, 2021: 264 pages.  [abs]
  2. Nash, JC. "A Response to SaraEllen Strongman’s “Feeling Black Feminism, Otherwise: a Review of Jennifer Nash’s Black Feminism Reimagined: After Intersectionality (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019)”." International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society  (January, 2021). [doi]
  3. Nash, JC; Pinto, S. "Strange Intimacies." Public Culture 32:3 (September, 2020): 491-512. [doi]  [abs]

Prasad, Leela

  1. Prasad, L. The Audacious Raconteur: Sovereignty and Storytelling in Colonial India. Cornell University Press, November, 2020: 222 pages. [doi]  [abs]

Rasmussen, Ann M.

  1.  Medieval Badges Their Wearers and Their Worlds. September, 2021.  [abs]

Rogers, Bradley

  1. Rogers, JB. The Song is You Musical Theatre and the Politics of Bursting Into Song and Dance. 2020.  [abs]

Rosenberg, Gabriel N.

  1. Rosenberg, GN. "No Scrubs: Livestock breeding, eugenics, and the state in the early twentieth-century United States." The Journal of American History 107:2 (January, 2020): 362-387. [doi]
  2. Way, ; Okie, ; Funes-Monzote, ; Nance, ; Rosenberg, ; Specht, ; Swart,. "Roundtable: Animal History in a Time of Crisis." Agricultural History 94:3 (2020): 444-444. [doi]
  3. Rosenberg, G. "Animals." The Routledge History of American Sexuality 2020: 32-41.  [abs]

Smith-Lovin, Lynn

  1. Robinson, DT; Smith-Lovin, L; Zhao, J. "The role of the other: How interaction partners influence identity maintenance in four cultures." Identity and Symbolic Interaction: Deepening Foundations, Building Bridges  (April, 2020): 213-237. [doi]  [abs]

Weeks, Kathi

  1. Weeks, K. "Anti/postwork feminist politics and a case for basic income." Triplec: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society 18:2 (June, 2020): 575-594. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Schaap, A; Weeks, K; Maiguascha, B; Barvosa, E; Bassel, L; Apostolidis, P. "The politics of precarity." Contemporary Political Theory  (January, 2020). [doi]

Wiegman, Robyn

  1. Wiegman, R. "Introduction: Autotheory theory." Arizona Quarterly 76:1 (March, 2020): 1-14. [doi]

Winters, Joseph R.

  1. Zamalin, A; Winters, JR; Olson, A; Njoya, W, "Toni Morrison and political theory". Contemporary Political Theory 19:4 (December, 2020): 704-729. [doi]

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