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international feminist art journal

volume 22, July 2008  (Incidental)

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cover of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal vol.22 (July 2008) KT press
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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. 22  pp.4 
  ''When is 'the artist' a woman?': The conception of and reception of the Kunstlerinnen International 1877-1977' 
vol. 22  pp.5-15 
  'To Be an Example' 
vol. 22  pp.16-20 
  'Spinning, Writing and Channeling: The work of Marilyn Arsem' 
vol. 22  pp.21-28 
  'The Gender Aspect in the work of Moscow Women Artists in the 1980s and 1990s' 
vol. 22  pp.29-35 
  Not available in electronic form
  'Spatial Narratives: Susan Hiller's 'From the Freud Museum' and the Mechanisms of Narrativity' 
vol. 22  pp.36-43 
vol. 22  pp.44-48 
  'The New York Feminist Art Institute' 
vol. 22  pp.49-56 
  'Travelling the Circle of Life: An Interview with Ouka Leele' 
vol. 22  pp.57-63 
  'Performance and Event: Four Performances in Malmo' 
vol. 22  pp.64-68 
  'Mad,Bad Mothers and the Deviant Event: Catherine Bell and the Maternal Instinct' 
vol. 22  pp.69-75 
  Not available in electronic form
vol. 22  pp.76-78 
  Not available in electronic form
  'Impossible Expectations and Everyday Interventions:A Document of Maternity Leave' 
vol. 22  pp.79-83 
  'From social fact to science fiction:the incident in the incidental' 
vol. 22  pp.84-89 
  'Four Exhibits of Alaska Native Art: Women Artists Breaking Boundaries' 
vol. 22  pp.90-93 
  Not available in electronic form