Introduction: Sexual differences and otherwise - Amelia Jones 1. Queer theory and feminist art history: an imperfect genealogy - Amelia Jones and Erin Silver 2. Just friends: on the making of Pop Out: Queer Warhol - Jennifer Doyle 3. Our maiden aunt, lesbianism, or the limits of queer: a dialogue with Erin Silver and Amelia Jones - Jonathan D. Katz 4. Improper objects: performing queer/feminist art/history - Tirza True Latimer 5. Queerly made: Harmony Hammond's Floorpieces - Julia Bryan-Wilson 6. Ink on paper, again - Catherine Lord 7. On the site of her own exclusion: strategising queer feminist art history - Dore Bowen 8. Dyke talk, or 'political lesbianism' and queer feminist art (history): Amelia Jones in dialogue with Cheri Gaulke, A.L. Steiner and Terry Wolverton 9. Notes from backstage: a dialogue among Pauline Boudry, Renate Lorenz and Jon Davies 10. The male nude as a queer feminist iconography in contemporary Polish art - Pawel Leszkowicz 11. Is identity a method? A study of queer feminist praxis - Nizan Shaked 12. Are we still trespassing? A trans-Atlantic conversation between Emily Roysdon and Xabier Arakistain 13. And the altar started to moan and groan!: transfeminist artistic practices in Spain, a taxonomy - Juan Vicente Aliaga 14. Thinking archivally: curating WOMEN?? - Alpesh Kantilal Patel 15. Striking reverberations: beating back the unfinished history of the colonial aesthetic with Jeannette Ehlers's Whip it Good - Mathias Danbolt 16. Triple threat: queer feminist of colour performance art - Jennifer Gonzalez and Tina Takemoto 17. Beyond the binary: the gender neutral in JJ Levine's Queer Portraits - Jackson Davidow 18. Trans*feminism: fragmenting and re-reading the history of art through a trans* perspective - Jennie Klein and Kris Grey 19. 'What have you done for me lately?': the institutionalisation of queer feminist art histories - Lisa Newman in dialogue with Vaginal Davis and Del LaGrace Volcano 20. Transition pieces: the photography of Del LaGrace Volcano - Dominic Johnson 21. Not at the beginning and not at the end: a conversation among Deirdre Logue, Allyson Mitchell and Helena Reckitt Epilogue: Out of the boxes and into the streets: translating queer and feminist activism into queer feminist art history - Erin Silver
Amelia Jones is Robert A. Day Professor of Art and Design and Vice Dean of Critical Studies at the Roski School of Art and Design, University of Southern California Erin Silver is Lecturer in Critical Studies and Visual Culture at the Roski School of Art and Design, University of Southern California
'.the volume as a whole makes a compelling case for more queer feminist art histories.the essays and dialogues range over twentieth-century and contemporary art and curatorial practice as well as theory, enacting a vibrant debate over queer feminism-its possibilities, challenges, and place in the visual arts and the academy.' Alison Syme, CAA Reviews -- .