Feminist media studies has observed a series of significant milestones in recent years: 2015 marked the fortieth anniversary of Laura Mulvey's landmark essay “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema”; Camera Obscura, a groundbreaking journal in our field, celebrated its own fortieth anniversary in 2016; 2017 was the fortieth anniversary of the Combahee River Collective Statement on Black feminism outlining the interlocking systems of oppression faced by all Black women; and 2019 will be the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of Console-ing Passions, the longest-running scholarly group devoted to fostering feminist work in media studies.

These milestones prompted us to take stock of all that has been accomplished in feminist media studies...

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