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Volume 2, Number 3, Summer 2004 Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards, Guest Editors
Young Feminists
Take on the Family
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Previous and Upcoming Guest Editors:

1.1 (Jan. 2003)
Writing Towards Hope: Literature, Art, and the Struggle for Human Rights
Marjorie Agosín
Associate Professor of Spanish
Wellesley College

1.2 (Jan. 2003)
Margaret Mead's Legacy: Continuing Conversations
Lesley Sharpe
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Barnard College

1.3 (Jan. 2003)
Changing Focus: Family Photography and American Jewish Identity
Laura Levitt
Associate Professor of Religion
Temple University

2.1 (Summer 2003)
Public Sentiments
Ann Cvetkovich
Associate Professor of English
University of Texas at Austin
Ann Pellegrini
Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Performance Studies
New York University

2.2 (Winter 2004)
Reverberations: On Violence
Elizabeth A. Castelli
Associate Professor of Religion
Barnard College

2.3 (Summer 2004)
Young Feminists Take on the Family
Amy Richards and Jennifer Baumgardner
Authors of Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future
New York City

3.1 (Fall 2004)
"It's not TV, It's HBO": Sex, Gender, and Desire on Recent HBO Series
Lisa Johnson
Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies
Coastal Carolina University

3.2 (Winter 2005)
"Jumpin' at the Sun": Reassesing Zora Neale Hurston's Life and Work
Monica Miller
Assistant Professor of English
Barnard College

For a full list of contributors, please see our archives.

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