Outskirts online journal

Outskirts online journal

Outskirts: feminisms along the edge is a feminist cultural studies journal published in May and November.

New and challenging critical material, from a range of disciplinary perspectives and addressing a range of feminist topics, are brought together to discuss and contest contemporary and historical issues involving women and feminisms.

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Outskirts: Feminisms along the edge

Outskirts is produced through the discipline of Gender Studies at the University of Western Australia. It is supported by editorial consultants and independent academic referees.

An initiative of postgraduate students at UWA, Outskirts began as a printed magazine in 1996 before going online in 1998 under the editorship of Delys Bird and then Alison Bartlett since 2006.

Outskirts is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal.

2010 ERA Ranking “A”

ISSN 1445-0445

Current Issue

Volume 32

Magdalena Talks Back. Contemporary feminist research methodologies. Articles on research methodologies used to explore the diva as feminist icon in contemporary performance; women's experiences of healing post-abortion; the pre-verbal trauma of late-discovery adoptees; the bodily impact of childhood rape; the practice of infanticide in colonial Western Australia; feminist legal methods in sentencing mothers; cunning and bodily intelligence in feminist storymaking; living with the chronic pain of vulvodynia; practice-led research in the visual arts. A poem, the Women's Stone Circle.


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