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WMST 3514: Historical Approaches to Feminist Questions

This guide, created by librarian Jenna Freedman, provides research and zine-making support for Neferti Tadiar's class.

Read & Discuss

photo of a cat looking at a set of catalog results on a computer screenZine sampler!

Read/skim a zine for two minutes and then pass it, three times. You will not be able to finish each zine now.

[Content: curse words, sexuality, nudity, violence]

Twos & threes: 8 minutes

  • What does the zine say about its creator--directly or indirectly?
  • Why do you think they chose a zine as their medium?
  • Are there graphics in the zine? Handwriting? Collages? Do they complement or complicate the text?
  • How does the zine make you feel?