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Issue: 8.3: Summer 2010
Guest Edited by Mandy Van Deven and Julie Kubala
Polyphonic Feminisms: Acting in Concert
In This Issue
Introduction
by Mandy Van Deven and Julie Kubala

About this Issue
by Catherine Sameh

Polyphonic Feminisms Soundtrack
mix by the contributors

About the Contributors

Recommended Reading

Online Resources

Part 1: Visionary Practices
A Conversation About Southerners on New Ground: Transformation, Legacy and Movement Building in the U.S. South
by Evelyn Lynn, Noemi Y. Molitor, Cara Page and Lamont Sims

Does a Movement Need a Name?
videos by Adele Nieves

Transforming Ruckus: Actions Speak Louder
by Adrienne Maree Brown

this is what it sounds like (an ecological approach)
by Alexis Pauline Gumbs

Unmooring to Connect: Holistic Feminisms
by Jessica Hoffmann

Part 2: Sticking Points
On Becoming Educated
by Joy Castro

Contradictions of Discourse: Evaluating the Successes and Problems of a Batterer Intervention Program
by Daniel Horowitz Garcia

Moya Bailey Larissa Sansour Lina Bertucci Fe Montes
Lisa Factora-Borchers Nuala Cabral Jasmeen Patheja Anida Yoeu Ali & Mary Jane Villamor
The State of Black Women in Politics Under the First Black President
by Duchess Harris

On Difficulty: Intersectionality as Feminist Labor
by Jennifer C. Nash

Part 3: Movements
Feminist Killjoys (And Other Willful Subjects)
by Sara Ahmed

Dancing Resistance?: Charting Some Politics of Fat, Feminine Sexualized Performances
by Lesleigh J. Owen

Singing as Social Justice
by Nomy Lamm

Throwing Down the Drums: Dancing the Lessons of Boundaries and Violence
by Marta Sanchez

Solidarity Through Parenting
by brownfemipower

Part 4: Art Gallery
Sight and Sound: An Introduction
by Lindsay Caplan

The Obsidian Project: Black is the Color...
by Moya Bailey

A Space Exodus
by Larissa Sansour

"We Will Never Forget," "Severance," and "Chaos"
by members of SPEAK! Radical Women of Color Media Collective

Women in the Tattoo Subculture
by Lina Bertucci

Ranchola Blues
by Fe Montes

Motherland
by Lisa Factora-Borchers

Walking Home
by Nuala Cabral

Hot News / Taaza Samachar
by Jasmeen Patheja

In Transience
by Anida Yoeu Ali & Mary Jane Villamor

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