Visual Culture & Gender
Volume 2 • 2007
 

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In "Your Kids Say 'Mom.' Your Clothes Say Otherwise”: Pregnant Fashion Dolls and Visual Culture," (Baxter & Wilson McKay),
Visual Culture & Gender,
volume 2 .

CONTENTS (click on a title for pdf document)

Editorial: Autoethnography & Arts-based Research

 

1

Deborah Smith-Shank &
Karen Keifer-Boyd


AUTOETHNOGRAPHIES

   

Crystal/Charley: Lessons on Youthful Queer Identity

6

Kimberly Cosier

 

Re-constructing Self within the Family:
Re-building the Family Album

 

16

Anniina Suominen Guyas

 

Entangled Social Realities: Race, Class, and Gender—
A Triple Threat to the Academic Achievement of Black Females


24

Wanda B. Knight

Elementary Majors' Resistance to Art Method Courses:
Exploring Issues of Gender, Class, and Civility

 

39

Lara Lackey, Marjorie Cohee Manifold, & Enid Zimmerman

 


REPRESENTATIONS OF THE MOTHER

   

 

Your Kids Say 'Mom.' Your Clothes Say Otherwise”:
Pregnant Fashion Dolls and Visual Culture

 

 

49

 

Denise Baxter & Sara Wilson McKay

 

Women and Abjection: Margins of Difference, Bodies of Art

62

 

Leisha Jones

 

The Role of Motherhood Symbols in the Conflict Imagery of Northern Ireland


72

 

Martin Forker

 

 

VISUAL ESSAYS

 

 

 

 

 

Women Caught Off Guard: A Photo Essay

88

Paula McNeill

 

Our Grandmother's Daughters: The Work of Cynthia Hellyer Heinz

 

 

95

Deborah Smith-Shank with Cynthia Hellyer Heinz

Who’s in Bed with the Handmaiden?

 

101

Karen Keifer-Boyd
& Deborah Smith-Shank

 

REVIEW

 

Examining Gender Roles: That Nagging Feeling that I am Not a "True Artist"

102

Gina L.Wenger