This thirtieth-anniversary issue borrows the -30- mark that American journalists have traditionally used to indicate the end of a story. While one might debate whether or not the story of critical feminism itself has come to an end, there is no question that much has changed in the field. Contributors reflect on the critical preoccupations that have happily or unhappily expired over the years, as well as those they might like to see go or stay. They address the question of the “end of the story” in a number of unexpected ways, demonstrating that “critical feminism” is by no means limited to conventional feminist themes but also encompasses the problematic captured in the tensions of the title differences.
Contributors: Kimberly Juanita Brown, Grace Lavery, Amber Jamilla Musser, Thangam Ravindranathan, Ellen Rooney, Jean-Thomas Tremblay, Samia Vasa, Elizabeth Weed