Feminist Journal Finds New Home at Arizona State University

Trivia: Voices of Feminism, a journal that was established in 1982 in western Massachusetts, has found a new home at Arizona State University. The journal was founded as a print publication but transitioned to an online journal.

The new editors of the journal will be Monica J. Casper and Julie Amparano. Dr. Casper is a professor of humanities, art, and culture. She has been on the Arizona State faculty since 2008. Previously, she taught at Vanderbilt University and the University of California at Santa Cruz. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of California at San Francisco. Julie Amparano, a lecturer in the same department came to ASU in 2005. She holds a master of fine arts degree from Antioch University.

When she heard that the journal was in danger of folding, Dr. Casper decided to take up the cause. She said, “I knew we had to do something. Trivia has been has been part of the women’s movement for decades. It documents social history and political thought as well as provocative writing. We couldn’t let it die.”

Monica J. Casper and Julie Amparano

Filed Under: Women's Studies


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