The papers in this issue explore the interrelationship of gender with the circuits of consumption, distribution, production and reproduction. "Consuming Cultures" invites a rethinking of the production/distribution/consumption circuit in relation to the regimes of accumulation, power and politics produced by capitalism at the end of the millennium. Consumption "Christine Griffin;" The Virtual Speculum in the New World Order "Donna J. Haraway;" Bridging the Gap: Feminism, Fashion, and Consumption "Angela McRobbie;" Looking Good: The Lesbian Gaze and Fashion Imagery "Reina Lewis;" Gender, "Race," and Ethnicity in Art Practice in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Penny Siopis and Anna Coombes in Dialogue "edited by Anna Coombes;" After the Ivory Tower: Gender, Commodification and the "Academic" "Joanna de Groot;" Reviews
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|Troubled teens: managing disorders of transition and consumption|
|The virtual speculum in the New World order|
|Bridging the gap: feminism, fashion and consumption|
|Looking good: the lesbian gaze and fashion imagery|
|Gender, race and ethnicity in art practice in post-Apartheid South Africa: Annie Coombes and Penny Siopsis in conversation|
|After the ivory tower: gender, commodification and the `Academic'|
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Series: Feminist Review
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 10th April 1997
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.25
Edition Number: 1