No 8 (2015)

Issue No. 8, October 2015 - Topic of Issue: Postfeminism, Transfeminism and Feminist Subjectivities beyond Identity Politics

With topic of issue Postfeminism, Transfeminism and Feminist Subjectivities beyond Identity Politics we aim to address the contemporary developments of feminist theory in terms of relations, subjectivities and practices that can provide agency beyond gendered binary identifications and outside of essentialist identities. We are interested in movements that appeared as critiques of second wave feminism (radical feminism) in order to include diverse voices that were left outside of the mainstream white middle class feminism. With this in mind, this issue aims to focus on the forms of feminism that Marina Grzinić called “dissident feminisms” – those belonging to and developed by marginalized women, immigrants, transmigrants, transgender people, sex workers, lesbians etc.; and what Beatriz Preciado (referring to Virginie Despentes) calls the “the proletariat of feminism whose monstrous subjects are whores, lesbians, raped, butch, male and transgender women who are not white […] in short, almost all of us.” The problems that we would like to examine with this topic include: post-feminism and third-wave feminism, feminism in relation to queer and lesbian movements, transfeminism, cyberfeminism and post-porn politics.

Focus Issue Editor: Aneta Stojnić

Table of Contents

Articles

Marina Gržinić
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13-20
Nancy Mauro-Flude
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21-28
Louise R. Mayhew
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29-34
Olja Marković
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37-44
Iskra Krstić
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45-50
Biljana Kosmogina, Saša Kesić
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51-56
Marko Pejović
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57-67
Katarina Mitić
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68-72
Ivana Bašičević Antić
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82-91
Milica Ivić
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92-99

Artist Portfolio

Super Puta
Marissa Lobo
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74-77

Book Reviews

Neonecronomicon – Marina Gržinić, Šefik Tatlić, Necropolitics, Racialization, and Global Capitalism: Historicization of Biopolitics and Forensics of Politics, Art, and Life. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2014
Stanimir Panayotov
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103-115