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vol. 34 pp.4
'Interviews with Two Basque Artists Ana Laura Aláez and Azucena Vieites'
vol. 34 pp.5-15
|Marina Grzinic and Aneta Stojnic
'Transfeminists and transmigrants perspectives in Europe'
vol. 34 pp.16-27
'Fling ups and Girly Bits: Feminist art and the labiaplasty “epidemic”'
vol. 34 pp.28-36
vol. 34 pp.37-41
'Private Yearnings for the Exotic Tearing off the (Post-)Soviet Wallpaper'
vol. 34 pp.42-49
'Rummana Hussain: Building Necessary Histories'
vol. 34 pp.50-55
'Generations, re-entry, transnationality: approaches to contemporary women’s art history in Taiwan'
vol. 34 pp.56-65
'Jenny Polak: Exposing/Hiding Citizen/Non-Citizen'
vol. 34 pp.66-72
'Taking it on Faith: Inscribing the Un(der)written in the work of Varsha Nair and Raquel de Loyola'
vol. 34 pp.73-76
'Restaging Feminism in Los Angeles: 'Three Weeks in January' (2012): 'Three Weeks in May' (1977)'
vol. 34 pp.77-85
'Felicity Sparrow: forming Circles'
vol. 34 pp.86-95