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Ada: A Journal of gender, New Media and Technology: Open-access, peer reviewed journal produced by the Fembot Collective, based at Center for the Study of Women in Society at University of Oregon.
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Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies: A forum for scholarship and debate on feminism, culture, and media studies, especially conjunctions of gender, race, class, and sexuality with audiovisual culture; new histories and theories of film, television, video, and digital media.  Founded in 1976.
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Feminist Media Studies: A transnational and transdisciplinary journal, looking for contributions from feminist researchers in the field of media and communication studies, with attention to the historical, philosophical, cultural, social, political, and economic dimensions.  Published and online access.
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Feminist Media Histories: A journal examining the historical role gender has played in varied media technologies, and documents women’s engagements with these media in all forms.  Published and online access.
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Genders: Essays and discussions of gender and sexuality in relation to social, political, artistic, and economic concerns in addition to cross-cultural analysis of contemporary gender issues.  Published in print 1988 through 1993.  Online version subsequently but no longer available.
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MAI: Feminism and Visual Culture A non-hierarchical journal open to multivalent feminist expression, research & critique of visual culture. MAI offers its readers intersectional feminist criticism of global visual culture. We publish creative and academic research on women in art and media. We are a collective of scholars, artists, writers, activists and thinkers who challenge patriarchy while celebrating women’s creativity and achievements. MAI encourages authors to consider gender in film & television in the context of feminism alongside many other aspects of an audiovisual text. We publish research results and other forms of critical commentary on both fiction and factual film & television. Our writers’ approaches range from production studies to debates on audience and representation. We are interested in essays and other pieces of writing that examine, challenge and make sense of the complex and often contradictory gender politics at work in film & television of today and the past.
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