register     ► my cart


international feminist art journal

volume 26, July 2010  (Feminist Pedagogies)

If you enjoy reading n.paradoxa, you can still order your favourite volume(s) in print!

cover of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal vol. 26 (July 2010) KT press
  Postal Zone:UK/Europe USA/Canada/ROW
Price for individuals
Price for institutions

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.

Back to Volumes list -->->-->->-->--> Search articles


  'EDITORIAL (Katy Deepwell)' 
vol. 26  pp.4 
  'Feminism and Art Education: from Loving Education to Education through Osmosis' 
vol. 26  pp.5-16 
  'Notes from the Front Line: Irina Aristarkhova, Suzana Milevska, Ana Martinez-Collado and Catriona Moore; Rebecca Jennison and Flaudette May Datuin; Sarah Cohen,Katrin Kivimaa,Moira Vincentelli,Peg Brand; Nancy Macko,Lourdes Mendez and Brett van Hoesen' 
vol. 26  pp.17-19, 28-29, 38-39, 76-77 
  'Opened,Closed and Opening: Reflections on Feminist Pedagogy in a UK University' 
vol. 26  pp.20-28 
  'Telling minor histories and writing theory practices: a conversation on feminist pedagogy' 
vol. 26  pp.30-37 
  'Collaboration and Conflict in the Fresno Feminist Art Program: An Experiment in Feminist Pedagogy' 
vol. 26  pp.40-51  
  'Nil Yalter: memory, migrants and workers in 1970s-1980s France' 
vol. 26  pp.52-58  
  'The Lactation Station and A Feminist Pedagogy of Touch' 
vol. 26  pp.59-65 
  'Schule fur Kreativen Feminismus in Koln (1976-1982)' 
vol. 26  pp.66-69 
  'MAWA: Successes, Crises and Issues after Twenty-Five Years of Feminist Mentoring in Canada' 
vol. 26  pp.70-75 
  'Goldrausch Kuenstlerinnenprojekt in Berlin: a network and training ground' 
vol. 26  pp.78-83  
  'Aesthetics of Addiction: Marilyn Minter and the Legacy of Female Consumer Pathos' 
vol. 26  pp.84-91 
  'Some Feminist Anthologies' 
vol. 26  pp.92-95 
  Not available in electronic form