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' EDITORIAL (Katy Deepwell)'
vol. 40 pp.4
'On the Beginnings and End of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal'
vol. 40 pp.5-13
'Having It Both Ways: Neoliberal Feminism in the Contemporary Art World'
vol. 40 pp.14-20
|Kathy Rae Huffman, Ana Peraica, Ana Kuzmanic, Petar Jandric
'Interview with Kathy Rae Huffman: Curating digital art with heart and mind'
vol. 40 pp.21-31
|Lynn Hershman Leeson
'Artist's Pages: Infinity Engine'
vol. 40 pp.32-37
'Beginnings, Endings and Returns The Women’s Show, 40 years on' a prelude to the FRAN festival in August 2017 in Australia'
vol. 40 pp.44-51
'On the Threshold. Carla Lonzi, the End of Art Criticism and the Beginnings of Feminism'
vol. 40 pp.52-59
'Why Feminist Stories Matter: Katy Deepwell interviews Clare Hemmings'
vol. 40 pp.60-68
|Victoria Ferentinou and Konstantina Drakopoulou
'Gaps in (Greek) Art History and Criticism: Feminist Possibilities in Contemporary Greek Art'
vol. 40 pp.69-79
'A Story Within a Story Within a Story Within a Story: British Art School Experience Retrieved Through Archive, Anecdote and Life Writing'
vol. 40 pp.80-88
'Leisure: a Canadian artist/curator collective'
vol. 40 pp.89-93
|Ros Bandt and Leah Barclay
'Sonic Activism in the Antipodes'
vol. 40 pp.94-103