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'EDITORIAL (Katy Deepwell)'
vol. 26 pp.4
'Feminism and Art Education: from Loving Education to Education through Osmosis'
vol. 26 pp.5-16
|Irina Aristarkhova, Suzana Milevska, Ana Martinez-Collado, Catriona Moore, Rebecca Jennison, Flaudette May Datuin, Sarah Cohen, Katrin Kivimaa, Moira Vincen
'Notes from the Front Line: Irina Aristarkhova, Suzana Milevska, Ana Martinez-Collado and Catriona Moore; Rebecca Jennison and Flaudette May Datuin; Sarah Cohen,Katrin Kivimaa,Moira Vincentelli,Peg Brand; Nancy Macko,Lourdes Mendez and Brett van Hoesen'
vol. 26 pp.17-19, 28-29, 38-39, 76-77
'Opened,Closed and Opening: Reflections on Feminist Pedagogy in a UK University'
vol. 26 pp.20-28
|Bridie Lonie and Susan Ballard
'Telling minor histories and writing theory practices: a conversation on feminist pedagogy'
vol. 26 pp.30-37
|Laura Meyer with Faith Wilding
'Collaboration and Conflict in the Fresno Feminist Art Program: An Experiment in Feminist Pedagogy'
vol. 26 pp.40-51
'Nil Yalter: memory, migrants and workers in 1970s-1980s France'
vol. 26 pp.52-58
'The Lactation Station and A Feminist Pedagogy of Touch'
vol. 26 pp.59-65
'Schule fur Kreativen Feminismus in Koln (1976-1982)'
vol. 26 pp.66-69
'MAWA: Successes, Crises and Issues after Twenty-Five Years of Feminist Mentoring in Canada'
vol. 26 pp.70-75
'Goldrausch Kuenstlerinnenprojekt in Berlin: a network and training ground'
vol. 26 pp.78-83
'Aesthetics of Addiction: Marilyn Minter and the Legacy of Female Consumer Pathos'
vol. 26 pp.84-91
'Some Feminist Anthologies'
vol. 26 pp.92-95
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