Edited by Elena L. Cohen, Melissa M. Forbis, Deepti Misri, and Saadia Toor
In this issue, contributors reflect on the histories, presents, and futures of protest through a feminist lens.
Volume 46, Numbers 3–4: Fall/Winter 2018
Hailed as the “age of protest,” the current moment has revitalized public dissent from racialized and marginalized groups domestically and globally. This issue’s contributors use past, present, and future histories of protest to narrate these tumultuous moments of mass participation through the lens of feminist scholarship—invigorating mainstream dialogue with understudied and overlooked accounts.