Women Across Frontiers
Women Across Frontiers is a quarterly digital publication with 501 (c) (3) status registered in New York, dedicated to furthering gender equality around the globe.
List of articles in the library
Marian McPartland, Kate Tempest: A Tale of Two British Women: Marian McPartland and Kate Tempest
Comment by Larry Jaffee, Women Across Frontiers, 25 August 2015
AMERICAN SINGER-SONGWRITER Aimee Mann once told me during an interview how male executives from major record labels always gave her problems when she wanted to ...
Book Review by Larry Jaffee, Women Across Frontiers, 17 November 2015
MY FIRST REVELATORY encounter with Patti Smith was listening on the radio in the fall of 1975 around the time of the release of her ...
David Bowie: The Gender Politics of David Bowie
Essay by Larry Jaffee, Women Across Frontiers, 29 February 2016
DAVID BOWIE embodied the fictional character of Ziggy Stardust for only about 18 months circa 1972-1973. Yet it's usually an image of that garishly made ...
Prince: The Sexual Politics of Prince
Essay by Larry Jaffee, Women Across Frontiers, 15 June 2016
PRINCE'S UNEXPECTED passing on April 21, 2016, shook popular culture and resulted in the long-overdue recognition of his unique musical genius. Yet Prince enigmatically contradicted ...
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