The complete Feminist Review archive starting with Issue 1 from 1979, is now available online: 30 years of sophisticated, passionate feminist writing.
The Feminist Review Collective have selected 20 articles as a small sample from that extensive archive. These papers are available free to read and download.
- Niamh Reilly: rethinking the interplay of feminism and secularism in a neo-secular age
- Avtar Brah: The Scent of Memory: Strangers, Our Own, and Others
- Rutvica Andrijasevic: beautiful dead bodies: gender, migration and representation in anti-trafficking campaigns
- Irene Gedalof: birth, belonging and migrant mothers: narratives of reproduction in feminist migration studies
- Nadia Fadil: not-/unveiling as an ethical practice
- Elizabeth Silva: maids, machines and morality in Brazilian homes
- Lisa Baraitser: mothers who make things public
- Leah Rosenberg: the new woman and ‘the dusky strand’: the place of feminism and women’s literature in early Jamaican nationalism
- Zora Simic: ‘door bitches of club feminism’?: academia and feminist competency
- Meg Wesling: why queer diaspora?
- Julia Sudbury: Celling black bodies: black women in the global prison industrial complex
- Julia O’Connell Davidson: Will the real sex slave please stand up?
- Frances S Hasso: Discursive and political deployments by/of the 2002 Palestinian women suicide bombers/martyrs
- Valerie Amos and Pratibha Parmar: Challenging Imperial Feminism
- Chandra Talpade Mohanty: Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses
- Donna Haraway: The Virtual Speculum in the New World Order
- Irene Breugel: Sex and Race in the Labour Market
- Feminist review talks with Michèle Barrett, Beatrix Campbell, Anne Phillips, Angela Weir, and Elizabeth Wilson: Feminism and class politics: a round-table discussion
- Cynthia Cockburn: The Material of Male Power
- Lata Mani: Multiple Mediations: Feminist Scholarship in the Age of Muli-National Reception