The Feminist Wire Books
The Feminist Wire Books: Connecting Feminisms, Race, and Social Justice is a new series from The Feminist Wire (TFW) and the University of Arizona Press that presents a cultural bridge between the digital and printing worlds. These timely, critical books will contribute to feminist scholarship, pedagogy, and praxis in the twenty-first century.
TFW and The Feminist Wire Books are dedicated to the sociopolitical and cultural critique of anti-feminist, racist, and imperialist politics. The series editors seek books that will analyze U.S. popular culture, media, and politics in order to identify, document, and seek to intervene in social and political phenomena that marginalize people and produce vulnerabilities. Central to the series is a critique of the persistence and functionality of race, racism, transnational anti-blackness, imperialism, and various structural practices of “othering.”
The series editors seek well-written, accessible monographs intended for students, scholars, activists, and practitioners inside and outside of the academy. Please contact the series editors for a full series description and proposal guidelines.
Black Women and da ’Rona
Community, Consciousness, and Ethics of Care
Black Women Experiencing Fear, Agency, and Hope in the Time of COVID-19
A Love Letter to This Bridge Called My Back
Black Girl Magic Beyond the Hashtag
Twenty-First-Century Acts of Self-Definition
The Chicana Motherwork Anthology
Them Goon Rules
Fugitive Essays on Radical Black Feminism