Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics

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Heresies
Heresies (journal) no 7 Women Working Together.jpg
Publisher Heresies Collective
Founded 1977
Language English
Ceased publication 1993
Headquarters New York
ISSN 0146-3411
OCLC number 2917688

HERESIES: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics was a feminist journal that was produced from 1977 to 1993 by the New York-based Heresies Collective.

History[edit]

HERESIES was first published in January 1977.[1] It covered a wide range of subject matter within feminist scholarship, including feminist theory, art, politics, patterns of communication, lesbian art and artists, women's traditional arts and politics of aesthetics, women and violence, working women together, women from peripheral nations, women and music, sex, film, activism, racism, and coming of age.[2][3]

The journal was seen as not only a major contribution to the feminist art scene, but a major forum for feminist thinking that experimented with an editorial format that asked contributors to grapple with hierarchical and societal issues of difference. And it created a public discourse in feminist thought and expression. Initial members of the Heresies Collective included Joan Braderman, Mary Beth Edelson, Harmony Hammond, Elizabeth Hess, Arlene Ladden, Lucy R. Lippard, Marty Pottenger, Miriam Schapiro and May Stevens.[4][not in citation given] The last issue, 27, was published in 1993.[1]

Members of the Mother Collective[edit]

Patsy Beckert, Joan Braderman, Mary Beth Edelson, Harmony Hammond, Elizabeth Hess, Joyce Kozloff, Arlene Ladden, Lucy Lippard, Mary Miss, Marty Pottenger, Miriam Schapiro, Joan Snyder, Elke Solomon, Pat Steir, May Stevens, Michelle Stuart, Susana Torre, Elizabeth Weatherford, Sally Webster, and Nina Yankowitz.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "PDF Archive". Heresies Film Project. Retrieved February 17, 2016. 
  2. ^ Napikoski, Linda. "Heresies A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics". About.com. 
  3. ^ Meagher, Michelle. "Feminist Media Studies". Taylor and Francis. 
  4. ^ "the Heretics". The Heretics Film Project. 
  5. ^ "Heresies #1" (PDF). January 1977. Retrieved March 5, 2016. 

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