Feminist Ways of Seeing: The Radical Potential of Zines


Nicole Molyneux(1*)

(1) Australian National University
(*) Corresponding Author




Feminism; Zines; Utopianism; Postfeminism

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/studipemudaugm.55898

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