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The University of Chicago Press is now making each new issue of Signs (and all Chicago journals) available as an e-book edition for individual subscribers, meaning that subscribers can read Signs on their iPad, Kindle, Nook, or any other other e-reader. Subscribers can download the Spring 2013 issue in both .epub and .mobi formats, and […]
In light of the fact that the Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference kicks off in Chicago next week, Signs is making available, for a limited period, several articles of interest to SCMS members, or to anyone with an interest in feminist scholarship on cinema, media, and popular culture. This collection of four […]
Leading off this issue of Signs is Anna Hájková’s “Sexual Barter in Times of Genocide: Negotiating the Sexual Economy of the Theresienstadt Ghetto,” the winner of the 2013 Catharine Stimpson Prize for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship. The article draws on archival material, memoirs, and interview data to relate a remarkable story about gender power in a […]
On the fortieth anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Signs would like to highlight some of the work on reproductive rights and reproductive justice that has been published in the journal, emphasizing in particular how feminist scholarship has broadened the conversations around abortion in ways that both insist on the necessity of access to abortion and […]