Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics : On Women and Violence
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Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics : On Women and Violence

(Issue No. 6)

Sharon Thompson, Martine Barrat, Lou McDonald, Ntozake Shange, Paula Grey, Paula Webster, Batya Weinbaum, Claire Pajaczkowska, Batya Weinbaum, Nancy Spero, Stephanie Oursler, Anita Page, Fran P. Hosken, Rachel Blau Du Plessis, Mimi Smith, Pam McAllister, Judith Freidlander, Karen Hagberg, Andrea Dworkin, Eleanor Hakim, Donna Allegra Simms, Jacqueline Lapidus, Linda Lombardo, Nadia Telsey, Linda Maslanko, Mary Metzger, Roz Petchesky, Susan Bram, Blanche Weisen Cook, Shebar Windstone, Margaret Harrison, Suzanne Lacy, Leslie Labowitz, Julia London, Joan Howarth, Eunice Lipton, Marty Pottenger, Janet Koenig, Diane Bellessi, Sapphire, Diane Solomon, Elizabeth M. Schneider, Susan B. Jordan, Christine C. Arguedas, Elaine B. McCarthy, Charoula, Malikah, Carolyn Smithers, Dollree Mapp, Olga Broumas, Ida Applebroog, Patsy Beckert, Joan Braderman, Mary Beth Edelson, Su Friedrich, Janet Froelich, Harmony Hammond, Sue Heinemann, Elizabeth Hess, Joyce Kozloff, Arlene Ladden, Gail Lineback, Lucy Lippard, Melissa Meyer, Carrie Rickey, Elizabeth Sacre, Miriam Schapiro, Amy Sillman, Joan Snyder, Elke Solomon, Pat Steir, May Stevens, Elizabeth Weatherford, Salley Webster

Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics : On Women and Violence

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Heresies issue on women and violence. Essays "Pink Victory," by Sharon Thompson; "The Vicki Tapes," by Martine Barrat; "August 2nd," by Lou McDonald; "With No Immediate Cause," by Ntozake Shange; "The Evolution of a Violent Act," by Paula Grey; "Politics of Rape in Primitive Society," by Paula Webster; "Dialogue with a Rapist," by Batya Weinbaum; "Dialogue with the Author," by Claire Pajaczkowska and Batya Weinbaum; "Codex Artaud XVII," by Nancy Spero; "Happy New Year: An Album of Violence (Excerpt)," by Stephanie Oursler; "The Pleasure Outing," by Anita Page; "The Violence of Power: The Genital Mutilation of Females," by Fran P. Hosken; "Breasts," by Rachel Blau Du Plessis; "Peignoir and Girdle," by Mimi Smith; "Wolf Whistles and Warnings," by Pam McAllister; "Crimes Against Women: New York Tribunal 1976," by Judith Freidlander; "Testimonies"; "Why the Women's Movement Cannot be Non-Violent," by Karen Hagberg; "Biological Superiority: The Worlds Most Dangerous and Deadly Idea," by Andrea Dworkin; "In Defense of Fallen Comrades: La Mutualite," by Eleanor Hakim; "A Rape Poem for Men," by Donna Allegra Simms; "Christmas Dinner," by Jacqueline Lapidus; "Men on Women's Day," by Linda Lombardo; "Self-Defense," by Nadia Telsey and Linda Maslanko; "A Social History of Battered Women," by Mary Metzger; "Face to Face with the Far Right: Tradition, Family and Property," by Roz Petchesky; "Women and Children First or How Pop Planning Fucked Over Mom," by Susan Bram; "Psychosurgery for Social Control," by Blanche Weisen Cook; "The Mind-Fuckers Statement," by Shebar Windstone; "Homeworkers," by Margaret Harrison; "Evolution of a Feminist Art: Public Forms and Social Issues," by Suzanne Lacy, Leslie Labowitz, Julia London and Joan Howarth; "The Violence of Ideological Distortion: The Imagery of Laundresses in the 19th Century French Culture," by Eunice Lipton; "The Carrot," by Marty Pottenger; "The Social Meaning of Violence," by Janet Koenig; "Hello New York: Let's Settle Scores, Compadre - Part One," by Diane Bellessi; "Rain," by Sapphire; "New York City Tonight," by Sapphire; "Afternoon Stroll," by Diane Solomon; "Representation of Women Who Defend Themselves in Response to Physical or Sexual Assault," by Elizabeth M. Schneider, Susan B. Jordan, and Christine C. Arguedas; "Rape Case Deposition," by Elaine B. McCarthy; "On Being Inside: Violence in Women's Prison," by Charoula; "Poem," by Malikah; "Chains Release Me," by Carolyn Smithers; "Pooah-Pooah Woman," by Dollree Mapp; "Imogene Knode," by Olga Broumas. Includes bibliography and contributors biographies. The Heresies collective: Marty Pottenger Ida Applebroog, Patsy Beckert, Joan Braderman, Mary Beth Edelson, Su Friedrich, Janet Froelich, Harmony Hammond, Sue Heinemann, Elizabeth Hess, Joyce Kozloff, Arlene Ladden, Gail Lineback, Lucy Lippard, Melissa Meyer, Carrie Rickey, Elizabeth Sacre, Miriam Schapiro, Amy Sillman, Joan Snyder, Elke Solomon, Pat Steir, May Stevens, Elizabeth Weatherford, Salley Webster.

references

"Artists' Magazines : An Alternative Space for Art" by Gwen Allen. Cambridge / London, MA / United Kingdom : The MIT Press, 2011, pp. 264.