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n.paradoxa online published 21 issues between 1996 and 2010 (with the ISSN 1462-0426). The content of the online version is different from that of the print editions (ISSN 1461-0434).
In January 2010, the online pages of n.paradoxa were archived as PDFs from the old n.paradoxa website. They represent over 1000 pages of articles, interviews, manifestos, features on feminist art, contemporary women artists, feminist art theory and art history internationally.

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Read complete issue here:n.paradoxa online issue 19, May 2006

'Introduction to Mobile Fidelities: Conversations on Feminism, History and Visuality (May 2006)'  pp. 4-13

'Interview with Linda Nochlin: Writing History "Otherly" '  pp. 14-21

'Interview with Natalie Boymel Kampen: Call History Writing into Question'  pp. 22-29

'Interview with Kaja Silverman: The World Wants Your Desire '  pp. 30-40

'Interview with Susan Rubin Suleiman: Subjectivity In Flux '  pp. 41-52

'Interview with Amelia Jones: Art's Sexual Politics'  pp. 53-64

'Interview with Mira Schor: Painterly and Critical Pleasures '  pp. 65-77

'Interview with Jo Anna Issak: Ripping Off the Emperor's New Clothes '  pp. 78-85

'Interview with Janet Wolff:Strategies of Correction and Interrogation '  pp. 86-97

'Interview with Martha Rosler: Subverting the Myths of Everyday Life '  pp. 98-109

'Interview with Marcia Tucker: Empowerment and Responsibility'  pp. 110-122

'Interview with Carol Duncan: Maybe Feminism Has Just Begun'  pp. 123-135

'Diary of an Ageing Art Slut installment from Jan-March 2004 plus a tribute to the diary's author by the editor Katy Deepwell'  pp. 136-144