Lara Cox, “Standing Up against the Rape Joke: Irony and Its Vicissitudes,” Signs, 2015.
Laura E. Donaldson, “On Medicine Women and White Shame-Ans: New Age Native Americanism and Commodity Fetishism as Pop Culture Feminism,” Signs, 1999.
Aisha Durham, Brittney Cooper, and Susana Morris, “The Stage Hip Hop Feminism Built: A New Directions Essay,” Signs, 2013.
Janelle Hobson, “Everybody’s Protest Song: Music as Social Protest in the Performances of Marian Anderson and Billie Holiday,” Signs, 2008.
Josée Johnston and Judith Taylor, “Feminist Consumerism and Fat Activists: A Comparative Study of Grassroots Activism and the Dove Real Beauty Campaign,” Signs, 2008.
Wendy Kozol, “Fracturing Domesticity: Media, Nationalism, and the Question of Feminist Influence,” Signs, 1995.
Patrice McDermott, “On Cultural Authority: Women’s Studies, Feminist Politics, and the Popular Press,” Signs, 1995.
Deborah Rhode, “Media Images, Feminist Issues,” Signs, 1995.
Deborah Shamoon, “Misora Hibari and the Girl Star in Postwar Japanese Cinema,” Signs, 2009.
Lynn Spigel, “Theorizing the Bachelorette: ‘Waves’ of Feminist Media Studies,” Signs, 2004.
Paromita Vohra, “Separation Anxiety: The Schisms and Schemas of Media Advocacy; An India Filmmaker Working in the World,” Signs, 2008.
Coming Soon: A Signs Short Takes on Andi Zeisler's We Were Feminists Once: From Riot Grrrl to CoverGirl®, the Buying and Selling of a Political Movement, 2016. With commentaries from Soraya Chemaly, Susan Douglas, Sara Evans, Amy Richards, and Kimberly Springer, with a response from Zeisler.