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Journal Issue 2.1
Spring 2010
Edited by Deanna Utroske, Julie Ann Salthouse, Jillian Hernandez, and
Karen Alexander
Editorial Assistant: Katherine O’Connor


Special Feature


A Lesbian Collective Aesthetic: Making and Teaching The Owls
By Alexandra Juhasz
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Who Does She Think She Is?
(dir. Pamela Tanner Boll and Nancy C. Kennedy, 2008)

Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine
(dir. Amei Wallach and Marion Cajori, 2008)

Lover Other: The Story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore (dir. Barbara Hammer, 2006)
go to films review


Reviewed by

Susan Richmond

She Rhymes Like a Girl (dir. J.T. Takagi, 2005)
Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes
(dir. Byron Hurt, 2006)
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Ruth Nicole Brown and Porshe Renee Garner

Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy (dir. Renée Bergan and Mark Schuller, 2009)
go to film review

Régine Jean-Charles

Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion
(dir. Stephen Fell and Will Thompson, 2007)
Jane: An Abortion Service
(dir. Kate Kirtz and Nell Lundy, 1996)
Like a Ship in the Night (dir. Melissa Thompson, 2007)
go to films review

Cynthia R. Daniels

License to Thrive: Title IX at 35
(dir. Theresa Moore, 2008)
She Got Game: Behind the Scenes of the Women’s Tennis Tour
(dir. Abbey Jack Neidik and Bobbie Jo Krals, 2003)
go to films review

Joan Grassbaugh Forry

Forgotten Warriors
(dir. Kim Jin Yoel, 2005)
Excuse My Gangsta Ways
(dir. Corinne E. Manabat, 2008)
go to films review

Laurie Schaffner

The Way North: Maghrebi Women in Marseille
(dir. Shara K. Lange, 2008)

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Catherine Raissiguier

Chain of Love (dir. Marije Meerman, 2001)
Work and Respect
(dir. Domestic Workers United, 2005)
go to films review

Felicity Shaeffer-Grabiel

37 Stories about Leaving Home
(dir. Shelly Silver, 1996)
Between: Living in the Hyphen
(dir. Anne Marie Nakagawa, 2005)
Same Same, but Different (dir. Rosylyn Rhee, 2009)
go to films review

Alexandra Hidalgo

Miss Navajo (dir. Billy Luther, 2007)
La Corona (dir. Amanda Micheli and Isabel Vega, 2007)
Miss Gulag (dir. Maria Yatskova, 2007)
go to films review

Karen W. Tice

Afghan Women: A History of Struggle
(dir. Kathleen Foster, 2007)

Beyond Belief
(dir. Beth Murphy, 2007)

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Jennifer L. Fluri

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