Signs’s Winter 2012 issue is a special issue featuring feminist explorations of the intricacies of unfinished revolutions. In his introduction to the issue, guest editor Phillip Rothwell claims that “when assessing any revolution—whether it explicitly seeks political, aesthetic, or epistemological transformation—feminist experience teaches us that it is often best to analyze by looking for the […]
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The Autumn 2011 issue features a comparative perspectives symposium titled “Gloria E. Anzaldúa, An International Perspective,” edited by Norma Cantú. The symposium brings together voices impacted by Anzaldúa’s work on borders and border crossing from around the globe with articles on the Mediterranean, Poland, Ukraine, the Canary Islands, Mexico, and other geographical and contextual locations. […]