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Published volumes:
Ends and Beginnings
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Organising/ Organisations
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
Polemics/ Contestations
(vol 38, July 2016)
SOUND?NOISE!VOICE!
(vol 37, Jan 2016)
Humour
(vol 36, July 2015)
War/Conflict
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Lessons from History
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Elizabeth Ament (1995) 
Implications of feminist aesthetics for art education
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Marjorie May Anderson (1995) 
Beyond gender: the affirmative feminism of four female artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
PhD, University of Manitoba, Canada

Cheryl Kolak Dudek (1995) 
The pictorial narrative in contemporary art
D.A. , New York University, USA

Susan Dunn (1995) 
Opposed aesthetics: Mina Loy, modernism, and the avant-garde
PhD, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA

Barbara Haum (1995) 
The hidden dowry: women and the artist's book
D.A. , New York University, USA

Pamela McCarron (1995) 
The metaethics of feminist artwriting
Ed.D. , University of Massachusetts, USA

Maria Ochoa (1995) 
Creative collectives: a study of Chicana artistic expressiveness
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Deej  Fabyc (1995) 
Where are You Sucker?: Hypervigilance and Enmity
MFA, University of New South Wales, Australia

Marcy Goldberg (1995) 
Aesthetics and actuality: documentary film and the everyday
MFA, York University, Canada

Michelle Hardy (1995) 
A phenomenological approach to women, craft, and knowledge: the embodied embroiderer in India
MA, University of Alberta, Canada

Gordon Roe (1995) 
An Ethnography of artists' models
MA, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Cindy Stelmackowich (1995) 
Generating a new interdisciplinary feminist framework for contemporary Canadian women's art : the critical practices of Renee Baert and Joan Borsa
MA, Carleton University, Canada

Kendal Murray (1995) 
The use of abstract and figurative images to evoke emotive qualities characteristic of women's sexuality (Mary Kelly, Janine Antoni)
MA, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Telma Elita Juliano  Valente (1995) 
Olhar feminino : uma decada de produção videografica feminista no Brasil -1983/1993 / A decade of feminist video production in Brazil, 1983-1993
PhD, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

Alison Lee Bracker (1995) 
A critical history of the international art journal Artforum
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Hsiang-chun Chen (1995) 
Beyond commemoration : the 2-28 incident, the aesthetics of trauma and sexual difference
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Marie-Anne Mancio (1995) 
Maps for wayward performers: feminist readings and contemporary live art practice in Britain.
PhD, University of Sussex, UK

Catherine Nash (1995) 
Landscape, body and nation : cultural geographies of Irish identities.
PhD, University of Nottingham, UK
See also by same author, Of Irish descent : origin stories, genealogy, and the politics of belonging (Syracuse University Press, 2008)

Maura Austen (1995) 
Louise Bourgeois: feminist dimensions
BA, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland

Janice Anderson (1995) 
Closed systems : Alexandra Luke, Hortense Gordon and the Canadian art history canon.
MA, Concordia University, Canada

Melanie Herzog (1995) 
'My Art Speaks for Both My Peoples': Elizabeth Catlett in Mexico
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
See also by same author, Elizabeth Catlett: An American Artist in Mexico (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 2000)