Congratulations to Professor Kim Bobier’s new publication. Marisa Williamson and Kim Bobier’s co-edited special journal issue of Women & Performance, titled “Views from the Larger Somewhere; Race, Vision, and Surveillance.” recently came out in print. Marisa and Kim’s introduction “Routing,” HAD faculty Layla Zami’s Ampersand photo-essay “Dissidence, Dissidance: Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore’s Visions and/in Oxana Chi’s Motions” along with a number of other contributions and an overview of the content of the issue are now available free of charge on Women & Performance’s website: https://www.womenandperformance.org

All of this issue’s contents are digitally accessible through Pratt Libraries’ journal database (including those that cannot be accessed on the journal’s own website).

Citation for the special issue: “Views from the Larger Somewhere: Race, Vision, and Surveillance.” Edited by Kim Bobier and Marisa Williamson, special issue. In Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory 30, no. 3 (2020).