v.20, Fall 2019, Special Issue: Media Activism, Sexual Expressions, and Agency in the Era of #MeToo

This special issue of Wagadu, edited by Bekeh Utietiang Ukelina, State University of New York, Cortland—examines sexuality, sexual expressions, and power dynamics. It explores ways in which media activism is a site of protest for women around the world and how they have used digital spaces to reclaim conversations about their lived experiences, and to push for reforms.

Table of Contents

Article and Author Article Links
Editorial
Bekeh Utietiang Ukelina
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“blessed within my selves”: The Prophetic Visions of Our Lorde
Flávia Santos de Araújo
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Seduction as Power? Searching for Empowerment and Emancipation in Sex Work
Jennifer Chisholm
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Sexual Real Estate: Repatriation, Reterritorialization, and the Digital Activism of Nicole Amarteifio’s Web Series An African City
Tori Omega Arthur
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The Trans Complaint: Contributions to the Disagreement About Desire
B Lee Aultman
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Homosocial Desire in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Everyone’s Child
P. Jane Splawn
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Women’s “Empowerment” in the Bangladesh Garment Industry through Labor Organizing
Chaumtoli Huq
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Book Reviews

The Economies of Queer Inclusion by S. M. Rodriguez. Lexington Books, 2018
Katharina Wiedlack
PDF | HTML Darkness Now Visible by Carol Gilligan and David A. J. Richards. Cambridge University Press, 2018
Bekeh Utietiang Ukelina
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