About the Journal
Feminist Media Histories publishes original research, oral histories, primary documents, conference reports, and archival news on radio, television, film, video, digital technologies, and other media across a range of historical periods and global contexts. Inter-medial and trans-national in its approach, Feminist Media Histories examines the historical role gender has played in varied media technologies, and documents women’s engagements with these media as audiences, users and consumers, creators and executives, critics, writers and theorists, technicians and laborers, educators, activists, and librarians.
Published Quarterly – January, April, July, October
Editor: Jennifer Bean, University of Washington
Co-sponosred by FMH, the SCMS Gender and Feminisms Caucus Graduate Student Writing Prize recognizes outstanding scholarship in the field of feminist media history. See the Call for Entries for additional information including submission instructions and deadlines.