Special Issue Commemorating 40 Years of
This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color and All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men, But Some of Us Are Brave: Black Women’s Studies

  1. NICOLE CHARLES
    Pedagogies of Relationality through This Bridge Called My Back
  2. PAULINA JONES-TORREGROSA
    “I Am Always Met at the River:” Revisiting This Bridge Called My Back
  3. ANALOUISE KEATING, EMEK ERGUN, NIDA SAJID,
    KEISHA-KHAN PERRY, SIRISHA NAIDU,
    SANGEETA KAMAT, AND RICHA NAGAR

    Epistemic Agitations and Pedagogies for Justice: A Conversation around Hungry Translations: Relearning the World through Radical Vulnerability
  4. TALA KHANMALEK and HEIDI ANDREA RESTREPO RHODES
    Bridging/Broken in the Break
  5. SIDRA LAWRENCE
    Reconjuring the Wound: Auditory Ghosts and Crossing the Bridge
  6. KELSEY LEONARD, CHRYSTOS, MAX WOLF VALERIO, and JO CARRILLO
    Indigenous Feminism and This Bridge Called My Back: An Interview with Chrystos, Max Wolf Valerio, and Jo Carrillo
  7. REANAE MCNEAL
    Bridges: Harriet Tubman and Women of Color(s) Tales of Resistance
  8. NATHALIE LOZANO NIERA
    Unsettling My Journey as a Prieta
  9. SHONIQUA ROACH
    Erotic Lessons I Learned from My Mother (and other women who nourished me)
  10. KRISTIE SOARES
    Reflections on Antiracist Feminist Pedagogy & Organizing: This Bridge, 40 Years Later
  11. TAMARA LEA SPIRA
    “I Give You a World Incomplete”: Pat Parker’s Revolution and the Unfinished Legacy of 1970s Feminist Radicalisms
  12. ANNA STORTI
    “So, I turn inside”: Overcome by the Unbearable, Seeing Myself in Michiyo Fukaya
  13. SARAELLEN STRONGMAN
    The Archaeological Impulse, Black Feminism, and But Some of Us Are Brave

Other Forthcoming Articles

  1. CASSIUS ADAIR
    Is Transsexualism Chronic?
  2. SARAH EVANS
    Reproduction Gone Awry: Doubled Mother and Strange Child in the Work of Bharti Kher (Art essay)
  3. JESSICA LEE MATHIASON
    FemTech: The “Smart” Business of Menstruation, Hormone Tracking, and the Corporate Construction of Risk
  4. AKANKSHA MISRA
    Embodied Histories, Erotic Disruptions, and Sexuality Education in India and Turkey
  5. JENNIFER NASH
    Masochistic Feminism, or Reflections on the White Feminist Industrial Complex (Review essay)
  6. AMY OBERMEYER
    Moving Mountains and Uprooting Weeds: Literary Subjectivity, First-wave Feminism, and Women’s Magazines in Latin America and Japan
  7. ADAM OSTOLSKI
    Conspirators, Corruptors, Pariahs: The Judaization of Gay People in Polish Right-Wing Discourse
  8. PATRICIA PINHO
    Labeling Brazil: A Nation’s Image on Beauty Products, Services, and Procedures 
  9. SALLY ROBINSON
    Making, Unmaking, and Remaking “Men”: New Work in Feminist Masculinity Studies (Review essay)
  10. ZAINAB SALEH
    Gender Politics, Debility, and Violence (Review essay)
  11. KHANUM SHAIKH
    Intimate Critique: Toward a Feminism from Within
  12. CARA SNYDER
    Navigating Online Misogyny: Strategies, Methods, and Debates in Digital Feminism (Review essay)
  13. SABRINA STRINGS
    The Fallacy of Racial Deadspotting: White Women’s Bodily Exclusion of Black Women

Creative Work

Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, Sharon Bridgforth, Cheryl Clarke, Doris Davenport, Sokari Ekine, Asha French, Akasha Gloria Hull, Omi Osun Joni L. Jones, Alexis de Veaux

 
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