WSQ: Child, WSQ Volume 43, Numbers 1&2

The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2015

by, Anna Mae Duane by, Sarah Chinn

edited by, Cynthia Chris edited by, Matt Brim

WSQ: Child seeks to address children’s representations, experiences, and place in the world. Are they removed from the global economy, or do they represent their own immense market and labor force? How do childhood desires preempt or diverge from adult sexual identities? Which children are assigned affective value, and which are denied care and love? Child examines the multiple roles of children: as consumers representing an immense market; as producers and workers manufacturing goods of every kind; as a significant stream of bodies for trafficking networks of labor, including sex work; and as inmates populating prison systems around the world. Other topics include prenatal imaging technology, the transgender child, and the work of Free to Be... You and Me as a cultural force within second wave feminism. General co-editors Cynthia Chris (Media Culture) and Matt Brim (Queer Studies) announce the launch of "Child," the spring/summer 2015 issue of WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly. Proudly sponsored by the College of Staten Island and published by the Feminist Press at the CUNY Graduate Center, WSQ is the longest continuously-published women's studies journal in the U.S. For more information, please visit

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