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international feminist art journal

volume 17, Jan 2006  (Journeys)

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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. 17  pp.4 
  'Repetition and Theft: Recent video works by American women artists' 
vol. 17  pp.5-18 
  'RACHEL MARKER, FRANZ KAFKA, AND ALICE SOMMER adapted from a theater piece in three parts' 
vol. 17  pp.19-29 
  'Travelling Light: Lida Abdul, Maria Kheirkhah, Shahram Entekhabi and Shirin Neshat' 
vol. 17  pp.30-35 
  'KISSS Revealed: Deej Fabyc, Paula Roush and Camilla Brueton on Kinship International Strategy on Surveillance and Suppression (KISSS)' 
vol. 17  pp.36-43 
  'My Lovely Day' 
vol. 17  pp.44-48 
  Not available in electronic form
  'If you could? 27 responses to the question: If you could choose a woman artist whose work has changed your views of subjectivity and revealed new dimensions to what constitutes your feminist political and/or aesthetic agenda(s) who would it be?' 
vol. 17  pp.49-59 
  'Kunstverein W.A.S. (Womyn's Art Support) the danube streaming show, Veronika Dreier,Doris Jauk-Hinz,Eva Ursprung in the conversation with Judith Schwentner' 
vol. 17  pp.60-69 
  'Photo Booth classic (1974-2005 and ongoing)' 
vol. 17  pp.69-71 
  'Feminist methodologies in art education' 
vol. 17  pp.72-76 
  'Bronwyn Fredericks interviews Pamela Croft about her 'both ways' philosophy' 
vol. 17  pp.77-82 
  ''Beauty is Exuberance' A Journey into the Visionary World of Myriam Bat-Yosef' 
vol. 17  pp.83-88 
  Not available in electronic form
  'Symbolism Begins with the Choice of Words: Thoughts about Hype,Emotion-Inspired Politics and Censorship' 
vol. 17  pp.89-94 
  Not available in electronic form