Introduction: Capital, Gender and the Work of Art: An Intervention of, and in, Materialist Feminism
Feminist Politics and Art History: From Postmodernism to Global Capitalism
'The Gender Issue': Lessons from Post-Socialist Europe
Travel as (Gendered) Work: Global Space, Mobility and the 'Woman Artist'
Gendered Economies and Knowledge Production: Ursula Biemann's Video Essays and Materialist Feminism for the Twenty-First Century
Masculinity and the Economic Subject in Contemporary Art
Acting on Power: Critical Collectives, Curatorial Visions and Art as Life
Postscript: What is a Feminist Beginning