Issue 110 of Feminist Review is now available online, containing four new peer-reviewed articles:
“Kate Davis: re-visioning art history after modernism and postmodernism” by Victoria Horne
“between Islamophobia and post-feminist agency: intersectional trouble in the European face-veil bans” by Dolores Morondo Taramundi
The open space pieces include poetry, a personal narrative of tattoos, atheism, feminism and Blackness, a report on ethnic minority women’s view of the UK Home Office immigration campaigns, and reflections on Robyn Wiegman’s book Object Lessons.
The issue also contains 10 book reviews, all free to access.
Make sure to keep an eye on the blog later this month and throughout the summer – we will be featuring author interviews, responses to articles, extracts from open space pieces and more once the issue is officially published.