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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)
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(vol 34, July 2014)

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Anneke Schulenberg (2015) 
Beyond Borders. The Work of Ghada Amer, Mona Hatoum, Shirin Neshat and Shahzia Sikander
Phd, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Sharlene Khan (2015) 
Postcolonial masquerading : a critical analysis of masquerading strategies in the artworks of contemporary South African visual artists Anton Kannemeyer, Tracey Rose, Mary Sibande, Senzeni Marasela and Nandipha Mntambo
PhD, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

Elisabeth Ann Holt (2015) 
User Experience with Archives and Feminist Teaching Conversations with The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection.
PhD, Penn State University, USA

Courtney E. Coombs (2015) 
It's complicated: Romancing the [male] modernist canon
PhD, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Amy Wing-Hann Wong (2015) 
Rhythm and the Monstrous: A Diary Manifesto for Oil Painters
PhD, York University, Canada

Laura Joseph (2015) 
Shadow Feminism: Disavowed Feminized Labor in Postwar American Art
PhD, University of Minnesota, USA

Carter Nicole April (2015) 
Performing Radical Black Womanhood: Black Women Artists as Critical Public Pedagogues
PhD, Eastern Michigan University, USA

Martorana  Christine (2015) 
Looking Outside to Empower within: Feminist Activists, Feminist Agency, and the Composition Classroom
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Emma Maria Larsson (2015) 
En trojansk / My Little Pony (feminist comic books)
PhD, Stockholm University, Sweden

Victoria Horne (2015) 
A History of Feminist Art History: Remaking a Discipline and Its Institutions
PhD, University of Edinburgh, UK
See also by same author, Horne, Victoria and Amy Tobin. ‘An Unfinished Revolution in Art Historiography, or How to Write a Feminist Art Historiography’ vol. 107: 75-83 (Feminist Review, 2014)

Grace Acton Roberts (2015) 
Curating the Personal: What problems arise in curating feminist maternal art practice?
MA, University of the Arts London, UK

Yu Xia (2015) 
Yoko Ono and her contributions to feminist art
PhD, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Niles Krista Joy (2015) 
An Arranged Deconstruction: The Feminist Art Practice of Louise Lawler
MA, University of Arizona, USA

Camilla Patricia Reuter (2015) 
Pussy Riot: Art or Hooliganism? Changing Society through Means of Participation
BA, University of Iceland, Iceland

Anna Światłowska (2015) 
Arte feminista en Polonia: artistas emergentes 2010-2015
PhD, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Anna Światłowska (2015) 
Arte feminista en Polonia: artistas emergentes 2010-2015
PhD, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Rachel Giordano (2015) 
Readymaintenance : systems, feminist economics, and the immaterial readymade in the work of Mierle Laderman Ukeles
MA, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Emma Westecott (2015) 
Performing play in digital games : mapping feminist futures
PhD, University of South Wales, UK

Jacquelyn Marie O'Brien (2015) 
Open Up (on humor)
MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology, UK

Qianqian Hu (2015) 
An Elegant Awkwardness
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Heather Kathleen Whittlesey (2015) 
MFA, Iowa State University, USA

Christine Reading (2015) 
Representing melancholy : figurative art and feminism
PhD, University of Brighton, UK

Sofia  Folkesson (2015) 
Vem tillhör konsthistorien?: En studie om konst, kön och jämställdhet i bildundervisningen. Who belongs to the history of art?: a study of art, sex and gender in image instruction (Swedish text)
BA, Umea University, Sweden

Hannah Rebecca McBride (2015) 
MFA, Western Carolina University, USA

Isabel Bredenbroker (2015) 
Individuelle Mythologie ; Objekt, Bild und Schrift in Werken von Tracey Emin
MA, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Airi Triisberg (2015) 
The Workers of Society – the Artist, the Housewife and the Nun : A Feminist Marxist Analysis on the Intersections of Art, Care Work and Social Struggles
MA, Linköping University, Sweden

Solveiga Vasiliauskaitė (2015) 
Feministinių idėjų apraiškos šiuolaikiniame stiklo mene / Manifestation of feminist thought in contemporary glass art
MA, Vilniaus dailės akademija, Lithuania

Kelly Grant (2015) 
MA, Saint Mary's University, Canada

Anna Khimasia (2015) 
At Play in the Archive: Reading Sophie Calle's Double Game as Autofictional Remains
Phd, Carleton University, Canada

Sarah Anne Dickerson (2015) 
Borderlines of labor : Margarita Cabrera’s sculptures and the (un)American dream
MA, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Andrea Ferber (2015) 
Nancy Spero: printing, writing, collaging.
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

Laken Bridges (2015) 
Invisible Labor and the Preservation of Dignity.
MFA, Clemson University, USA

Meta Gary (2015) 
Maintaining Hierarchies: The Perpetuation of Class and Labor Divisions in Mierle Laderman Ukeles' Transfer: Maintenance of the Art Object.
MA, Georgia State University, USA

Katelyn Ann Seprish (2015) 
The Strange Hair and the Pretty Nipple
MFA, University of Notre Dame, USA

Jennifer A. Schwartz (2015) 
Childbirth as a profound experience: Exploring narrative and image of experiences during birth
PhD, California Institute of Integral Studies, USA

Amanda M Wada (2015) 
Cindy Sherman: Fashion take-offs
MA, University of California, Long Beach, USA

Cigdem Aydemir (2015) 
Image and Voice: Muslim women in Contemporary Art
MFA, University of Sydney, Australia

M Balamani (2015) 
Women rituals and cultural practices
PhD, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Faculty of Fine Arts, India

Alejandro Javier del  Valle Cordero (2015) 
Primitivismo en el Arte de Ana Mendieta
PhD, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona, Spain