1.'The Trouble is It's Ahistorical': The Problem of the Unconscious in Modern Feminist Theory Rosalind Minsky 2. Feminism and Pornography Kate Ellis, Barbara O'Dair and Abby Tallmer 3. Who Watches the Watchwoman? Feminists Against Censorship Gillian Rodgerson and Linda Semple 4. Pornography and Violence: What the 'Experts' Really Say Lynne Segal 5. The Woman in My Life: Photography of Woman Mica Nava 6. Splintered Sisterhood: Anti-racism in a Young Women's Project Clara Connolly 7. Women, Native, Other: an interview with Trinh Minh-ha Pratibha Parmar 8. Out But Not Down: Lesbians' Experience of Housing Jayne Egerton 9. Oxford Twenty Years On: Where are we Now? Lorraine Gamman and Gilda O'Neill 10. The Embodiment of Ugliness and the Logic of Love: The Danish Redstockings Movement Lynn Walker Plus Poetry, Reviews, Noticeboard.
Feminist Review: Issue 36 by The Feminist Review Collective
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