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NMP 47: LOSS

Editorial 47: Loss Welcome to #47: this is the LOSS issue. LOSS, as in: – The fact or process of losing something or someone – Uncertain as to how to proceed – Unable to produce what is needed – Destruction, ruin – The state or feeling of grief when deprived of someone or something  ...

Editorial 43: Rights

Editorial 43: Rights Welcome to #43: this is the RIGHTS issue. RIGHTS, as in: – Civil Rights; Human Rights; Bill of Rights – That which is morally, ethically or legally proper. – To do justice. – In fairness; justly. In this issue: For the last year and three months, cover photographer Devi Lockwood has been...

Editorial 42: Power

Editorial 42: Power Welcome to #42: this is the POWER issue. Power. It’s the ability to exercise control, to claim authority, to dominate and manipulate. Power can be disciplinary, individual, technological or architectural. It can be shared, distributed or concentrated. It can be destructive, haunting. It can be inspiring. It can be seductive, playful. It...

Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader, 3rd. ed.

A piece M-C MacPhee and I wrote back in 2006 is coming out in a book: Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader, 3rd. ed.  

NMP 38: Risk

NOMOREPOTLUCKS no. 38 – Risk mar – avr 2015 Online and print-on-demand journal of art, politics and culture Magazine en ligne d’art, de politique et de culture, imprimé sur demande — Editorial 38: Risk – Mél Hogan, M-C MacPhee and Andrea Zeffiro Talking About the Queer Public Podcast with Erin McGregor – Mél Hogan Negrita,...

NMP 36: Encounter

NOMOREPOTLUCKS no. 36 – Encounter nov – dec 2014 Online and print-on-demand journal of art, politics and culture Magazine en ligne d’art, de politique et de culture, imprimé sur demande Editorial 36: Encounter Mél Hogan and M-C MacPhee Archiving Queer Temporality in New Orleans with Vicki Mayer M.E. Luka Partners in Trans*ition Sharon, Phoebe and...

Open Access Archive: NMP & e-Artexte

NMP 35: Sources

We are thrilled to present you La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse as our guest curators for this Sept/Oct issue no.35 of NMP. Thank you, Jen! Thank you also to everyone who helped copy edit and assemble this issue. Mél Hogan & M-C MacPhee (eds.) — Sources – to which we return over and over again Source – a site where we replenish, renew and recharge...

Queered by the Archive: NMP & the Activist Potential of Archival Theory

Working with Andrea Zeffiro on “Queered by the Archive: NMP & the Activist Potential of Archival Theory” which, on my side, will bring together my involvement with NMP with the archival theory I’ve been teaching and writing about via academia. Accepted for publication (2014) Edited by Andrew Jolivette in Collaboration with the DataCenter, Research for Justice Launched...

NMP 28: Revenge

NMP 28: Revenge In this issue: Editorial 28: Revenge – Mél Hogan and M-C MacPhee Revenge as Radical Feminist Tactic in the SCUM Manifesto – Moynan King Overcoming Bureaucracy: An Interview with Mandi A. Morgan – Katie Weldon An Open Letter on the Subject of Life on Mars – Sarah Kember Grad School Confidential: In...

Design Crush: Profiling Jacqueline Wallace

Design Crush: Profiling Jacqueline Wallace – Mél Hogan   In this piece I wanted to highlight the work of my good friend and collaborator, Jacqueline Wallace. Some people are incredible – yet incredibly understated – and so this became an opportunity for me to profile Jacquie’s work, which makes important connections between design, academia, and...

NMP 27: Crush

NMP 27: Crush NMP 27 Crush (mai/jun 2013) is out! In this issue: Editorial 27: Crush – Mél Hogan and M-C MacPhee What Makes a Crush? by Ela Przybylo and Danielle Cooper with “Loop03″ by Jeff Kulak Design Crush: Profiling Jacqueline Wallace by Mél Hogan How To Not be Creepy by James P. Ascher Last...