Visual Culture & Gender
Volume 8 • 2013

high heels feet
Overstepping by Julie Rrap (used with permission) in Claudia Wobovnik's multimedia essay (Visual Culture & Gender, 8, p. 87).


CONTENTS (click on a title for pdf document)

 

 

Fiona Blaikie oil pastel of Gemma


Gemma 2 (July 2012, rightside detail, watercolor) by Fiona Blaikie
in Visual Culture & Gender, 8, p. 65.

Habitus Detritus
Editorial 2013
1-6
Deborah L. Smith-Shank & Karen T. Keifer-Boyd

Guerrilla Girlhood Glitter Guild: Researching Hidden Hoards of Tween Treasures

7-20
Courtney Lee Weida, Carlee Bradbury, and Karie Edwards
Women’s Images Re-Edited: The Critical Remix Within Feminist Context

21-30
Evelin Stermitz
Impotence, Nostalgia, and Objectification: Patriarchal Visual Rhetoric to Contain Women

31-45
Elizabeth A. Brunner
Trigger Finger: A Narrative Exploration of Women and Trophy Hunting in David Chancellor’s Safari Club

46-56
Laura Evans
Navigating Conversion: An Arts-based Inquiry into the Clothed Body and Identity

57-69
Fiona Blaikie
MeTelling: Recovering the Black Female Body
70-81
Tanisha M. Jackson
MULTIMEDIA ESSAYS

 
These Shoes Aren´t Made for Walking: Rethinking High-Heeled Shoes as Cultural Artifacts

82-92
Claudia Wobovnik
Skin Scarring as a Palimpsest

93-103
Lisa M. LaJevic
MULTIMEDIA REVIEW
 

 

Film Analysis of Anthropophagy in Nelson Pereira dos Santos’s “How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman”

104-114
Adetty Pérez de Miles

 

Our appreciation to Ju-Chun Cheng for the design of each article in volume 8, and our gratitude to the review board, authors, and to Patty Bode and Shari Savage for assisting in final proofreading.