• A YEAR OF RESISTANCE AND RESILIENCE
    Vol 12 (2017)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 12 (2017)

    [Cover images] 
    (upper left) Positionality by Nouf Alhamdan, in Visual Culture & Gender, 12, p. 31.
    (lower left) Boekbinder’s music deconstructs sexist langue and actions in Adetty Pérez Miles' article in Visual Culture & Gender, 12, p. 12.
    (right) A Still Life #1,© Janet Taylor Pickett, 2013, mixed media & collage on paper, 15”X11” in Indira Bailey's article in Visual Culture & Gender, 12, p. 54.

  • BITTERSWEET: WITNESSING, PERFORMANCE, COMPLEXITY
    Vol 11 (2016)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 11 (2016)

    [Cover images] 
    Duk-kyung Kang (1995), Lost Virginity. Seoul, South Korea: War and Women’s Human Rights Museum. Copyright 1995 by Korean Council for the Women Drafted for Military Sexual Slavery by Japan. Reproduced with permission. In Writing Witnessing, Witnessing Writing: Working Through Trauma Using Performative Autoethnography by Hyunji Kwon in Visual Culture & Gender, 11, p. 14.
    Photography gives permanence to the temporal nature of shadows that witnesses a performative act by Deborah Smith-Shank and Karen Keifer-Boyd. Photo by Deborah Smith-Shank, September 8, 2016. In Karen Keifer-Boyd and Deborah Smith-Shank's Bittersweet editorial in Visual Culture & Gender, 11, p. 5.

  • RACIAL AND GENDER VIOLENCE>PEOPLE SEEKING SAFETY 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITORIAL
    Vol 10 (2015)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 10 (2015)

    [Cover images] 
    Excerpt from Loli-girls, 2015 mixed media, 9 x13, by Shari L. Savage
    in Visual Culture & Gender, 10, p. 38.
    Andrea (2013, found ceramic, epoxy resin putty, enamel paint) by Jessica Harrison in Anthony Merino's article in Visual Culture & Gender, 10, p. 92.

  • VEILING AND LOOKING, UNVEILING AND HIDING
    Vol 9 (2014)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 9 (2014)

    [Cover images] 
    Detail from The Hyper-watchful, Watched Women (2007, installation) by Immaculada Rodríguez-Cunill in Visual Culture & Gender, 9, p. 88. 
    The Dark Man (2005, acrylic painting, 73 x 60 cms) by Immaculada Rodríguez-Cunill in Visual Culture & Gender, 9, p. 84.

  • HABITUS DETRITUS
    Vol 8 (2013)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 8 (2013)

    [Cover images] 
    Gemma 2 (July 2012, rightside detail, watercolor) by Fiona Blaikie
    in Visual Culture & Gender, 8, p. 65.
    Overstepping by Julie Rrap (used with permission) in Claudia Wobovnik's multimedia essay (Visual Culture & Gender, 8, p. 87).

  • FEMINIST MAPPING
    Vol 7 (2012)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 7 (2012)

    [Cover image] 
    Map by Sheri R. Klein, Visual Culture & Gender, 7, p. 6.

  • PUBLIC PEDAGOGY of VISUAL CULTURE & GENDER
    Vol 6 (2011)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 6 (2011)

    [Cover images] 
    Masquerade in Clubland: A Safe Space for Glamour
    (Figure 7) by Kevin Almond, Visual Culture & Gender, 6, p. 63.
    Masquerade in Clubland: A Safe Space for Glamour
    (Figure 8) by Kevin Almond, Visual Culture & Gender, 6, p. 63.

  • VISUAL REPRESENTATION & PERFORMATIVE TEXT
    Vol 5 (2010)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 5 (2010)

    [Cover image, Left] Icon by Marla Thirsk (2008, 36 x 40”, mixed media acrylic with collage, gold leaf and Lettraset lettering) in "Naming Ourselves as Popular Educators: An appreciative Inquiry into West Coast Canadian Artists’ Identity," (Figure 3) by Dorothy Lander and Anita Sinner, Visual Culture & Gender, 5, 42.

    [Cover image, Right] The Republican People's Army Heroine (Permission granted by the Anselmo Lorenzo Foundation, Madrid, Spain) in "Becoming Visible and Real: Images of Republican Women during the Spanish Civil War" by Dolores Martín Moruno, Visual Culture & Gender, 5, 8.

  • VISUAL CULTURE TAPESTRIES AND WOVEN VOICES: MOTHERS AND MOTHERING AND MORE
    Vol 4 (2009)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 4 (2009)

    [Cover image]
    Brooke at her island. Photograph by Pamela G. Taylor.
    in "A Raining Afternoon: Growing Younger and Wiser," Visual Culture & Gender, volume 4.

  • BODY & GENDER POLITICS IN VISUAL CULTURE
    Vol 3 (2008)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 3 (2008)

    [Cover image] Girlhood with Snake (2000) by Maya Gonzalez.
    35” x48” acrylic on masonite. Private collection.
    Used with permission of the artist. In "Maya Gonzalez: Portrait of the Artist as a Radical Children’s Book Illustrator," (Mira Reisberg), Visual Culture & Gender, volume 3.

  • AUTOETHNOGRAPHY & ARTS-BASED RESEARCH
    Vol 2 (2007)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 2 (2007)

    [Cover image]
    Digital photograph of Pregnant Midge, a Mattel® Barbie doll. MIDGE® and associated trademarks are owned by and used with permission from Mattel, Inc.©2007 Mattel, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    In "Your Kids Say 'Mom.' Your Clothes Say Otherwise”: Pregnant Fashion Dolls and Visual Culture," (Baxter & Wilson McKay), Visual Culture & Gender, volume 2.

  • FROM WOMB TO NURKAN VALTRAUS
    Vol 1 (2006)

    Visual Culture & Gender, volume 1 (2006) 

    [Cover image]
    Kennebunkport Green Dress (2004) by Cory W. Peeke,
    mixed media on paint sample (8” x 8”) in "Color Constructions," Visual Culture & Gender, volume 1.

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