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Lehman, JoAnne, Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources


[Note: See our online quarterly, Feminist Periodicals: A Current Listing of Contents, to find out what's being published in more than 150 women-related journals: http://womenst. library, wisc.edu/publications/feminist-periotlicals.html.

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PALIMPSEST: A JOURNAL ON WOMEN, GENDER, AND THE BLACK INTERNATIONAL. 2012. Senior editors: T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting & Tiffany Ruby Patterson-Myers. Managing editors: Annette Joseph-Gabriel & Tara F. Williams. Publisher: SUNY Press, in partnership with Vanderbilt University's African American and Diaspora Studies Program. Frequency: 2/yr. ISSN: 2165-1604 (print), 2165-1612 (online). Subscriptions through SUNY Journals. Editorial office: African American and Diaspora Studies, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, Box 351516, Nashville, TN 37235; phone: (615) 343-6390; fax: (615) 343-1767; email: palimpsestjournal@vanderbilt.edu; website: http://sitemason.vanderbilt.edu/aframst/palimpsest.

"[T]he goal of Palimpsest is to engender further explorations of the Black International as a liberation narrative; and Black Internationalism as an insurgent consciousness formed over and against retrogressive practices embodied in slavery, colonialism, imperialism, and globalization, from the early modern period to the present."

Partial contents of v. 1, no. 1 (2012), "Liberation Across Boundaries": "'For full freedom of ... colored women in Africa, Asia, and in these United States': Black Women Radicals and the Practice of a Black Women's International," by Erik S. McDuffie; "Fulani's Tools and Results: Development as Black Empowerment?" by Omar H. Ali; "Literature and the Meta-Psychoanalysis of Race: After and With Fanon," by Jean-Paul Rocchi; "Gender, Class, and the Performance of a Black (Anti) Enlightenment: Resistances of David Walker and Sojourner Truth," by Sarah Jane Cervenak; "The Narrative Absence of Interiority in Black Writing: Suffering Female Bodies in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman," by Sabine Broeck; plus poetry, "retrospectives," book reviews, and more.

PHILOSOPHIA: A JOURNAL OF CONTINENTAL FEMINISM. 2011-. Editors: Lynne Huffer & Shannon Winnubst. Publisher: SUNY Press, for "philoSOPHIA: a feminist society." Frequency: 2/yr. ISSN: 2155-0891 (print), 2155-0905 (online). Subscriptions through SUNY Journals.

"[T]he first philosophical journal that marries the rich traditions and conceptual resources of continental philosophy and feminist theory. While the field of feminist philosophy generally has committed itself to resuscitating and transforming the traditional imagery and representation of women (and maternity and femininity), the field of "continental feminism" more specifically has provided the resources for reconceptualizing the historical legacy of European philosophy and the figures of the feminine and sexual difference that have been cultivated therein. The journal aims to explore and excavate this feminine figure throughout the history of philosophy, and to include articles that consider the relation of the feminine to nature, the body, language, and subjectivity, perhaps most especially work that considers the ways in which the figure of the feminine maintains but also quite possibly undermines the schisms between and among these central elements of human reality. The critical endeavors of this journal contribute to a feminist renewal and a renewal of philosophical culture, a potential rebirth of feminist theory in a philosophical ethos that will enhance rather than exclude it."

Partial contents of v. 2, no. 1 (2012): "Whiteness and the General Will: Diversity Work as Willful Work," by Sarah Ahmed; "On the Need for a New Ethos of White Antiracism," by Shannon Sullivan; "Normalization and the Welfare State," by Ladelle McWhorter; "'I would rather be a cyborg than a goddess': Becoming Intersectional in Assemblage Theory," by Jasbir K. Puar; plus "reflections" and book reviews.

WH2O: THE JOURNAL OF GENDER AND WATER. …

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