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Women's Studies Journal

Women's Studies Journal
2017 - 31:2


Cover and Contents
Editors' farewell
Johanna Schmidt and Carolyn Michelle, co-editors, p.3
Winner, 2017 Women's Studies Journal Graduate Prize for a Feminist Essay
Intersectional feminisms: Reflections on theory and activism in Sara Ahmed's Living a feminist life (2017)
Leola Murphy, p.4-17
Runner up, 2017 Women's Studies Journal Graduate Prize for a Feminist Essay
'Sexism defeated!': Women for Trump and the binding energy of political hope
Emma Blackett, p.18-26
Editorial to the special issue
The politics of sex work in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific: Tensions, debates and future directions
Panteá Farvid, p.27-34
The regulation of sex work in Aotearoa/New Zealand: An overview
Johanna Schmidt, pp.35-49
Reflections from the field
It's work, it's working: The integration of sex workers and sex work in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Catherine Healy, Ahi Wi-Hongi and Chanel Hati, pp.50-60
The judicial system and sex work in New Zealand
Bridie Sweetman, pp.61-68
Decriminalisation and the rights of migrant sex workers in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Making a case for change
Lynzi Armstrong, pp.69-76
Practitioner knowledge and responsiveness to victims of sex trafficking in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Natalie Thorburn, pp.77-96
Sex work, agency, and sexual and reproductive rights in Vanuatu
Kate Burry and Polly Stupples, pp.97-112
'Always hot, always live': Computer-mediated sex work in the era of 'camming'
Madeline V. Henry and Panteá Farvid, pp.113-128
Book Review

Polly Plum: A firm and earnest woman's advocate - Mary Ann Colclough 1836-1885,
By Jenny Coleman
Reviewed by Hayley Brown, pp.129-131

Women’s Studies Journal, Volume 31 Number 2, December 2017. ISSN 1173-6615