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international feminist art journal

volume 11, Jan 2003  (Identity Mechanisms)

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Single volumes can be purchased in print only. Prices above include postage. Most articles are now open access. All articles are copyrighted to named authors/artists. Some images and articles are not available for copyright reasons.The same ISSN -1461-0434 - applies to the print and PDF articles. n.paradoxa was available through paid electronic subscriptions, Dec 2011-Jan 2018.

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  'EDITORIAL (Katy Deepwell)' 
vol. 11  pp.5 
  'Lines in the Sand: An Interview with Joan Jonas' 
vol. 11  pp.6-13 
  'Figures of the Law II' 
vol. 11  pp.14-18 
  Not available in electronic form
  'A Bid for Empowerment:Feminist Artists in Beijing,China' 
vol. 11  pp.19-29 
  'Re-thinking the Imaginary of Home(s)' 
vol. 11  pp.30-37 
  'Annika by the Sea: A project by Annica Karlsson Rixon' 
vol. 11  pp.38-43 
  Not available in electronic form
  'from 'The Face of Difference'' 
vol. 11  pp.44 
  Not available in electronic form
  'Die Sonne um Mitternacht shauen,Hongmeilu/Shanghai, Die Sonne um Mitternacht shauen' 
vol. 11  pp.45-48 
  Not available in electronic form
  'Finding the Phallus in Female Body Imagery' 
vol. 11  pp.49-60 
  'The Hierarchy of Touch: Reflections on Leora Farber's Four Minor Renovations and Leora Farber 'Working on and About the Body'' 
vol. 11  pp.61-71 
  'Reconceptualising Healthy Subjectivity: the Difference between Sinking and Swimming: the work of Brenda Longfellow and Monique Genton' 
vol. 11  pp.72-79 
  'Across the Border: A Dialogue with Naazish Ata-Ullah' 
vol. 11  pp.80-87 
  Not available in electronic form
  'Do You Feel Like a Great Artist?' 
vol. 11  pp.91-93 
  'Present Histories and Missing Voices: A review of Renee Baigell and Matthew Baigall's Peeling Potatoes,Painting Pictures: Women Artists in Post-Soviet Russia,Estonia and Latvia' 
vol. 11  pp.88-90