Visual Culture & Gender
Volume 11 • 2016

Duk-Yung Kang (1995), Lost Virginity. Painting

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.

 


CONTENTS (click on a title for pdf document)

 

 

shadows on the beach

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.

 

Bittersweet: Witnessing, Performance, Complexity

1 - 7


Karen Keifer-Boyd

& Deborah Smith-Shank

Writing Witnessing, Witnessing Writing: Working Through Trauma Using Performative Autoethnography 8 - 17 Hyunji Kwon
Exhibiting Mental Illness: The Parodies and Performances of Charcot’s Hysteric Patients and Bobby Baker 18 - 27 Jennifer (Eisenhauer) Richardson
Early Modern Korean Feminist Activism: The Art and Life of O Gwisuk (1906–1996) 28 - 41 Christina Han
Frida Kahlo, Remedios Varo, Leonora Carrington, and Leonor Fini: Feminist Lessons in Chimerism, Corporeality, Cuisine, and Craft   42 - 51 Courtney Lee Weida
   

Design: Leslie C. Sotomayor