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n.paradoxa is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and
the Flo Art Foundation
Founded in 1998, n.paradoxa (ISSN: 1461-0434) publishes scholarly
and critical articles written by women critics, art historians and artists which extend feminist art, theory, criticism and history on and about the work of contemporary women artists post-1970 (visual arts only) working anywhere in the world. Each thematic volume in print contains artists and authors from more than 10 countries in the world and explores their work in relation to feminist theory.
n.paradoxa is published bi-annually (January and July) in print as volume numbers (ISSN: 1461-0424). n.paradoxa is now available for sale in print and electronic forms by subscription. This website enables electronic access to individual articles, current subscriptions or all volumes by username/password. Readers can also purchase single volumes in print by mail order.
Libraries can order directly from KT press or through subscription agents, including Swets, Ebsco and Harrassowitz. Electronic access to libraries is now available by IP subscription.
International editorial board: Renee Baert, Silvia Eiblmayr, Joanna Frueh, Hagiwara Hiroko, Janis Jefferies, Hilary Robinson and Bisi Silva.
n.paradoxa began as an online journal in December 1996 (ISSN:1462-0426). The online version continued simultaneously with the print journal for more than 10 years with entirely separate content from the print journal. In the archive section you can read the 21 issues that were published online between 1996-2010. These represent more than 1000 pages in freely accessible PDF format! No subscription is required to read this material.
KT press has now started to publish ebooks.
Please note: all material published in n.paradoxa is copyright to authors and cannot be reproduced without permission from n.paradoxa and the authors/artists.