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Assuming Gender: Issue 2

Second issue of the free academic journal is now available

The latest issue of Assuming Gender, an online academic journal that debates contemporary issues surrounding gender, is now freely available at: assuminggender.com.

The site includes an archive of previous articles and reviews, an events page and Twitter feed. The editorial team, of which I am a member, are currently scouting submissions for the fourth issue, so feel free to visit the website for more details. Enjoy!

Articles

Jake Buckley
Moving, Assembling, Breaking Down: Sexual Automobility in Fordist Time and Space


Samara Anne Cahill
Powers of the Soul: Wollstonecraft, Islam, and Historical Progress


Johann Gregory and Alice Leonard
Assuming Gender in Hamlet and Troilus and Cressida: ‘Are we to assume that there were women in the audience?’


Katie Rose Guest Pryal
Intimate Pedagogy: The Practice of Embodiment in University Classrooms


Cecilia Gordano
A Pangendered Cyborg of Our Times: An Interview with Jaime del Val


Reviews

Abject Love: Undoing the Boundaries of Physical Disability
(Review: Michelle Iwen)


Kicked Out
(Review: A. Nicole Pfannenstiel)