Kohl Winter 2018 issue is out!


"Kohl: a Journal for Body and Gender Research" has recently launched its new issue Vol. 4 No. 2 | Winter 2018 under the title "Centralizing Reproductive Justice."

In this issue:

Acknowledgments (PDF)


Reproductive Justice as a Collaborative Framework: Working Through Assemblage by Ghiwa Sayegh


Diagnosis: Chronic Patriarchy by Islam Khatib


Divergent Identities in Iran and the Appropriation of Trans Bodies by Kate C. Hashemi
In the Pursuit of Reproductive Justice in Lebanon by Rola Yasmine and Batoul Sukkar
“Women’s Empowerment,” Imperialism, and the Global Gag Rule by Arianne Shahvisi


The Israeli Occupation and Palestinians’ Right to Choice in Marriage by Luna Saadeh
Female Genital Mutilation, Cutting, or Circumcision? Perspectives of a Nubian Woman by Menna Agha
I’m Not a Mother, Therefore I Don’t Exist by Shereen Abuelnaga

Opinion Piece

The Trap of Ideal Motherhood by Imene Amara


Thoughts on Pregnancy by Anonymous

Literary Piece

The Woman with a Scar by Imen Yacoubi
Examination: Four Stories Inspired by Actual Events by Reef Al-Amine and Sara Abu Zaki
You reap what you sow by Theresa Sahyoun


Poverty Porn and Reproductive Injustice: A Review of Capernaum by Roula Seghaier
A Review of Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim (and additional interjections) by Sabiha Allouche

Read all the articles at kohljournal.press/issue-4-2