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Girl Zines : making media, doing feminism

Author: Alison Piepmeier
Publisher: New york : New york University Press, 2009
Edition/Format:   Book
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With names like "The East Village Inky", "Mend My Dress", "Dear Stepdad", and "I'm So Fucking Beautiful", zines created by girls and women make feminism's third wave visible. This book argues that these quirky, personalized booklets are tangible examples of the ways that girls and women 'do' feminism.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Piepmeier
ISBN: 9780814767528 0814767524 9780814767511 0814767516 9780814767528
OCLC Number: 759727604
Notes: With names like "The East Village Inky", "Mend My Dress", "Dear Stepdad", and "I'm So Fucking Beautiful", zines created by girls and women make feminism's third wave visible. This book argues that these quirky, personalized booklets are tangible examples of the ways that girls and women 'do' feminism.
Description: 249 p.
Contents: Acknowledgments vi; Foreword by Andi Zeisler viii; Introduction 1; 1. "If I Didn't Write These Things No One Else Would Either:" The Feminist Legacy of Grrrl Zines and the Origins of the Third Wave 27; 2. Why Zines Matter: Materiality and the Creation of Embodied Community 67; 3. Playing Dress-Up, Playing Pin-Up, Playing Mom: Zines and Gender 102; 4. "We Are Not All One": Intersectional Identities in Grrrl Zines 146; 5. Doing Third Wave Feminism: Zines as a Public Pedagogy of Hope 184; Epilogue 231; Notes 240; Index; About the Author

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"Piepmeiers careful study of the zine movement in girl culture is a powerful and convincing articulation of the ways womens and girls activism has developed, and the creative forms it has taken. Read more...

 
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