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n.paradoxa received support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (2012-2014) and
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volume 40, July 2017
Ends and Beginnings

volume 39, Jan 2017
Organising/ Organisations

volume 38, July 2016
Polemics / Contestations

volume 37, Jan 2016
SOUND?NOISE!VOICE!

volume 36, July 2015
Humour

volume 35, Jan 2015
War/Conflict

volume 34, July 2014
Lessons from History

volume 33, Jan 2014
Religion

volume 32, July 2013
Citizenship

volume 31, Jan 2013
Africa and its Diasporas

volume 30, July 2012
Feminist Aesthetics

volume 29, Jan 2012
Trans-Asia

volume 28, July 2011
Bio-politics

volume 27, Jan 2011
Women's Work

volume 26, July 2010
Feminist Pedagogies

volume 25, Jan 2010
Pleasure

volume 24, July 2009
Material Histories

volume 23, Jan 2009
Art Activism

volume 22, July 2008
Incidental

volume 21,Jan 2008
Violence

volume 20, July 2007
Translate/Narrate

volume 19, Jan 2007
IN/difference

volume 18, July 2006
Curatorial Strategies

volume 17, Jan 2006
Journeys

volume 16, July 2005
Families/Homilies

volume 15, Jan 2005
Scientific Ethics/Aesthetics

volume 14, July 2004
Dreams of the Future

volume 13, Jan 2004
Domestic Politics

volume 12, July 2003
Out of Order

volume 11, Jan 2003
Identity Mechanisms

volume 10, July 2002
Rethinking Revolution

volume 9, Jan 2002
(Eco)Logical

volume 8, July 2001
Economies/Exchanges

volume 7, Jan 2001
Urban Fictions

volume 6, July 2000
Desire and the Gaze

volume 5, Jan 2000
About Time

volume 4, July 1999
Sculpture/Installation

volume 3, Jan 1999
Body, Space and Memory

volume 2, July 1998
Women and New Media

volume 1, Jan 1998
Feminism/Postfeminism

n.paradoxa
international feminist art journal

KT press is the publisher of n.paradoxa and operates as a not-for-profit publishing company whose aim is to promote understanding of women artists and their work.

Policy of n.paradoxa

n.paradoxa was published in print for 20 years bi-annually (January 1998-July 2017). A total of 40 volumes, 550 articles! (ISSN: 1461-0424).
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PDFs of selected articles from n.paradoxa, subject to copyright agreement with author/artists, are available online to read. 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.

Find out about the editor: Katy Deepwell

Former international editorial board of n.paradoxa included Renee Baert, Silvia Eiblmayr, Joanna Frueh, Hagiwara Hiroko, Janis Jefferies, Hilary Robinson and Bisi Silva.

History of n.paradoxa

n.paradoxa began as an online journal in December 1996 (ISSN:1462-0426). The online version continued simultaneously with the print journal for 12 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!

A history of the journal is available in Volume 40 (July 2017) written by its founder and editor, Katy Deepwell.

KT press publishes ebooks on contemporary women artists and feminist art.

The extensive resource pages on this site are now called the Feminist Art Observatory. These resources link to many other websites and sources of information from feminist art groups and archives, feminist art publications, feminist art topics and 1000+ MA/PhDs theses on feminist art.