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vol. 39 pp.4
'Revisiting Art, Feminism and Memory in Singapore and Japan since the 1990s: Amanda Heng and Yoshiko Shimada'
vol. 39 pp.5-17
'The Women’s Gallery in Wellington: an ‘Educational, Supportive and Exploratory’ space'
vol. 39 pp.18-27
|Maria Antonietta Trasforini
'The Long Durée: The Making of Biennale Donna in Italy'
vol. 39 pp.28-38
'A Third Viewing: Women Artists’ Slide Library exhibitions 1982-1987'
vol. 39 pp.39-41
|Stef Engel, Kate Henderson, *durbahn
'bildwechsel – umbrella organisation for women/art/media'
vol. 39 pp.42-45
'Women artists in the Yinchuan Biennale (China) 'For an Image, Faster than Light''
vol. 39 pp.46-47
'On Gender Statistics in the Art Field and Leading Positions in the International Sphere'
vol. 39 pp.48-55
'Engaging Publics with Arts Institutions: The Frameworks of a Feminist Pedagogy'
vol. 39 pp.56-64
|Robin Alex McDonald
'‘There’s the Problem’: On Love’s Role in Feminist, Lesbian and Queer Arts Organizing'
vol. 39 pp.65-70
'Spare Rib Revisited: An Artist’s Diary on Residency in Lucerne'
vol. 39 pp.71, a-d
|Claire Dykhuis with Solmaz Asheri
'Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University’s Feminist Collective'
vol. 39 pp.72-79
'A PLACE OF HER OWN: Interview with Cynthia Tom'
vol. 39 pp.80-85
'Becoming Imperceptible M/Other: Negotiating Porous Multiple Selves'
vol. 39 pp.86-95