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Barbara Franchi and Natália da Silva Perez

The f-word used to be inappropriate for polite company, but today nobody seems afraid to say it, loud and proud. Hollywood stars and world-famous pop singers can openly claim to be feminists; it is now acceptable for mainstream celebrities to emulate that which more radical independent feminist artists have been doing for the past few decades. This gradual mainstreaming of feminism, facilitated in part by easier and wider access to communication technology, is reflected all over mass media. The last couple of years have also seen a number of high-profile female celebrities engaging in feminist political action. When Angelina Jolie and Emma Watson are UN ambassadors in projects that aim to promote the emancipation of women worldwide, when pop singer Beyoncé openly declares that “we have a way to go [to achieve equality] and it’s something that’s pushed aside and something that we have been conditioned to accept,” (Vena, 2013) their voices are heard by a wider audience, one that might not have been reached by the voices of activists and scholars who have for decades denounced the problems caused by gender discrimination.

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Knitted Naked Suits and Shedding Skins

The Body Politics of Popfeminist Musical Performances in the Twenty-first Century

Maria Stehle

, where actions such as femen ’s topless protests are pop, performance, and media spectacle, have muddied the lines between musical and pop performances and—in this case feminist—politics in new ways. 11 Popfeminist music emerges within forms of

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Elisabet Dueholm Rasch, Floor van der Hout, and Michiel Köhne

2015 ) or slow ethnography ( Grandia 2015 ) in line with a feminist politics of care ( Mountz et al. 2015 ) that recognizes interdependence and vulnerability while resisting a “masculinized ideal of autonomy and competitiveness” ( Conesa 2018 ). Others

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Katherine Weikert and Elena Woodacre

studies in turn grew from third-wave feminism’s recognition of the value of difference with “an inclusive and non-judgmental approach that refuses to police the boundaries of the feminist political.” 5 Indeed, it is only in a few farflung corners where

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Hydrologic Habitus

Wells, Watering Practices, and Water Supply Infrastructure

Brock Ternes and Brian Donovan

droughts. Yaffa Truelove (2011) employs the feminist political ecology framework to unpack the connections between water provision, consumption, gender, and class; studies suggest women participate in more private-sphere environmental behaviors (recycling

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Slowness as a Mode of Attention and Resistance

Playing with Time in Documentary Cinema and Disturbing the Rhythms of the Neoliberal University

Domitilla Olivieri

Mansfield , Jenna Loyd , Jennifer Hyndman , Margaret Walton-Roberts , Ranu Basu et al. 2015 . “ For Slow Scholarship: A Feminist Politics of Resistance through Collective Action in the Neoliberal University .” ACME: An International Journal

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Hacking the System

Activist Teaching in the Neoliberal University

Elisabet Dueholm Rasch

. 2015 . “ For Slow Scholarship: A Feminist Politics of Resistance through Collective Action in the Neoliberal University .” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 ( 4 ), 1235 – 1259 . Nelson , Diane M. 1996 . “ Maya Hackers

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Myra Marx Ferree, Hanno Balz, John Bendix, Meredith Heiser-Duron, Jeffrey Luppes, Stephen Milder, and Randall Newnham

German immigrants to the u.s ., even the common personnel—driving the cause of educational reform forward. She emphasizes the radical democratic aspirations of the advocates of Fröbel’s approach, and their participation in other feminist, politically

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Fabian Frenzel

by feminist politics. The politicization of social reproduction becomes achievable in a protest camp by the collapsing of boundaries between the private and the public: camps’ self-organization becomes a central feature and the “private” or personal

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Laura Levine Frader, Ian Merkel, Jessica Lynne Pearson, and Caroline Séquin

“daughters of 1968” questioned the very institutions, parties, and social structures within which earlier pragmatic feminists operated and enabled a new feminist politics to emerge outside of established parties. Feminists organized under the banner of the