In/Visibility in/of Feminist Theory
Ilya Parkins is Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus. She is the author of Poiret, Dior and Schiaparelli: Fashion, Femininity and Modernity (2012) and the co-editor of Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion (2011). Her research has appeared in such journals as Feminist Review, Australian Feminist Studies, Time and Society, and Biography.
Eva C. Karpinski is Associate Professor at the School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at York University in Toronto. She is the author of Borrowed Tongues: Life Writing, Migration, and Translation (2012) and co-editor of Trans/acting Culture, Writing, and Memory: Essays in Honour of Barbara Godard (2013).
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