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The print journal n.paradoxa
[ISSN 1461-0434] has published
500+ articles by or about
400+ artists and writers from
80+ countries in
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Published volumes:
Ends and Beginnings
(vol 40, July 2017)
Organising/ Organisations
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
Polemics/ Contestations
(vol 38, July 2016)
(vol 37, Jan 2016)
(vol 36, July 2015)
(vol 35, Jan 2015)
Lessons from History
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Tui Nicola Clery (2013) 
The Art of Peace: Performative and Arts Based Peace Practices in Contemporary Fiji
PhD, University of Otago, New Zealand

Barbara Anne Christina Garrie (2012) 
(Dis)Orientation: Identity, Landscape and Embodiment in the work of Roni Horn
PhD, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Erica Sklenars (2011) 
Hissy fits and a cream pie to the face : comedy and contemporary feminism in art
MA, Massey University, New Zealand

Deborah Ann Bright (2010) 
Exploring female art-making through reflective practice: A multi-dimensional cultural, spiritual and embodied experience
PhD, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Aych McArdle (2009) 
Transitional spaces: investigating the role of collaborative art practice in generating self-representational genderqueer narratives
MA, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Anna Klekottka (2009) 
Ngaromoana Raureti Tomoana, Indigenous Village Artist, Story Teller and Ahi Kaa
MA, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

C.R. Vercoe (2008) 
Disturbing practices: exploring issues of race and gender in American performance art
PhD, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Dick Whyte (2008) 
A Place for Shadows: A Prolegomena to the Authorship Practices and Films of Joanna Margaret Paul.
MA, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Christine Robinson (2007) 
Paradoxical Performances of Subjectivities, Spaces and Art Gallery Postcards
MA, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Diana Mary Florence Looser (2005) 
Freeing the natural voice? : performance, gender, society. (Karen Finley, Laurie Anderson)
PhD, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Andreas Lohmann (2001) 
The pleasure of the ambiguous gaze: visual texts in postmodernity
PhD, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Ruth Boyask (1999) 
Constructing the knowing-woman-artist-teacher.
MA, University of Canterbury, New Zealand