Krystalli and Enloe discuss in the International Feminist Journal of Politics
Roxani Krystalli and Cynthia Enloe co-authored a piece in the International Feminist Journal of Politics, in which they discuss writing in the academy and beyond, the meanings of politics, doing feminism, and sources of joy.
The piece, which explores a conversation between the authors on feminist work and academia, states, “We wanted to turn the usual curiosity that we orient toward our questions on international politics toward the topics of identity, writing, academia, failure, and joy. These, too, are feminist questions, not only because they prompt reflections on power but also because they invite us to take seriously the issues of joy, well-being, and the meaning that we each find in how we do our work.”
Find out more about the piece here.