Editors' Note This year marks a momentous anniversary for Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies. Forty years ago, in 1975, the journal was founded at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Since its inception Frontiers has resided primarily in the US West. The journal moved to the University of New Mexico, to Washington State University, and to Arizona State University before relocating to the Midwest at Ohio State University in 2012. As our editorial team enters our third year of producing the journal, we honor the spirit of the founders of Frontiers. We publish cutting-edge interdisciplinary feminist scholarship and creative work that expand the frontiers of our collective knowledge. We also foreground scholarship, literature, and visual art that privileges intersectional analysis, women-of-color feminism, and transnational feminisms. After all, one society's frontier can be reinterpreted as a borderland, a place where multiple peoples, cultures, and nations coexist. To help us honor the past, we begin this issue with a special feature, "Feminist Reflections." Our first reflection features a roundtable of distinguished scholars on the life and career of historian Gerda Lerner (19202013). Born in Vienna to a Jewish family, Lerner crossed multiple borders in her personal, political, and intellectual life
Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Mar 15, 2015
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