|Former name(s)||NWSA Journal|
|Discipline||Cultural studies, history, women's studies, queer theory|
|Publisher||Johns Hopkins University Press|
Feminist Formations is a peer-reviewed academic journal established in 1988 as the NWSA Journal (also known as The National Women's Studies Association Journal); the name was changed beginning with the Spring 2010 issue. It publishes interdisciplinary and multicultural feminist scholarship in women's, gender, and sexuality studies linking feminist theory with teaching and activism. In addition to its essays focusing on feminist scholarship and its reviews of books, the journal regularly publishes special issues focused on topics especially important in the field of women’s studies. The journal is published three times per year by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
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