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Confessions of a Free Woman: telling feminist stories in postfeminist media culture
Since its inception in late 1980s, the notion of postfeminism has been a highly contested term. While today circulating as an established description of “prime time feminism,” a highly visible mediaExpand
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We're here, we're queer
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Affective virtuosity: Challenges for governance feminism in the context of the economic crisis
822 wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/gwao This article explores the possibilities and constraints for feminist knowledge production and diffusion, and its influence over policy making and public debateExpand
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Yes we can? the promises of affect for queer scholarship
Artikeln undersoker den sa kallade affektiva vandningen som enligt ett specialnummer av South Atlantic Quarterly, "After sex? on writing since queer theory" (2007), kannetecknar aven queerforskningExpand
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Emotive, evaluative, epistemic: A linguistic analysis of affectivity in news journalism
In this article, we introduce a linguistic approach to studying affectivity as a fundamental feature of news journalism. By reconceptualising affectivity beyond emotive storytelling, intentionalExpand
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Swedish cinema's use of the Bechdel test is a provocation that works
Swedish screens are challenging the idea that two women talking to each other is diametrically opposed to film quality
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Uncanny Motions: Facing Death, Morphing Life
When visiting an exhibition of the Finnish artist Helene Schjerfbeck's (1862-1946) paintings and drawings in May 2012,1 suddenly felt that I was faced with a ghost. Strolling in the Villa GyllenbergExpand
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Performative Histories, Foundational Fictions
Films are integral to national imagination. Promotional publicity markets “domestic films” not only as entertaining, exciting, or moving, but also as topical and relevant in different ways. ReviewersExpand
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