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WSQ: Survival

Edited by
Frances Bartkowski
Elena Glasberg
Taylor Black

Survival is a weighted and layered term, able to conjure up phrases as distant as the scientific “survival of the fittest” and the popular “I will survive.” It is both a metaphor and a biological urge, extending through worlds of meaning. WSQ: Survival explores these worlds, focusing on the politics and ethics of survival in both contemporary and classic feminist texts.

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WSQ: The 1970s

Edited by
Shelly Eversley
Michelle Habell-Pallán
Contributors explore the 1970s, a decade that transformed the very notion of female power regarding their bodies, pleasures, and work.

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WSQ: Child

WSQ Volume 43, Numbers 1&2
Edited by
Sarah Chinn
Anna Mae Duane
Children--in what ways are they innocent or implicated in the construction of global economy, race, gender, and nation?

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WSQ: Solidarity

WSQ, Volume 42, Numbers 3-4, Fall/Winter 2014
Edited by
Saadia Toor
Shefali Chandra
This issue of WSQ explores the myriad conditions that compel competing groups to work together for political change.

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WSQ: Debt

WSQ, Volume 42, Numbers 1-2, Spring/Summer 2014
Edited by
Meena Alexander
Rosalind Petchesky
Is the language of debt—"You owe me!"—sufficient to encompass ethical bonds and social justice?

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WSQ: Engage

WSQ Volume 41, Numbers 3-4, Fall/Winter 2013
Edited by
Cynthia Chris
David A. Gerstner
Engage upends your sense of belonging and reboots reality.

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WSQ: Fashion

WSQ, Volume 41, Numbers 1-2, Spring/Summer 2013
Edited by
Eugenia Paulicelli
Elizabeth Wissinger
The Fashion issue pushes boundaries between art and commerce, reality and virtuality, the personal and the political.

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