On 25th October, Tina Campt delivered a lecture entitled, Flow: black bodies and the practice of refusal, hosted by the Gender of Department Studies and Feminist Review.

In celebration of this event, more details of which can be found on the LSE website and on Twitter, we are pleased to supply a selection of papers from the journal by Tina and in which her work has made a critical contribution.

These are free to view for a limited time. We hope you enjoy them!

what's the ‘trans’ and where's the ‘national’ in transnational feminist practice? – a response

gendering diaspora: transnational feminism, diaspora and its hegemonies

transcultural itineraries in women's literature of migration in Italy

engendering ‘race’ in calls for diasporic community in Sweden

Other Germans: Black Germans and the politics of race, gender and memory in the Third Reich (review)

gendering diaspora: transnational feminism, diaspora and its hegemonies (an editorial from Tina's guest edited issue, 'gendering disapora')

Like what you see? We also recommend issue 104 of Feminist Review, titled 'Affects and Creolisation', for further reading.