The editorial collective of Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience is proud to announce the publication of their first issue. Catalyst is a juried online journal that expands the feminist and critical intellectual legacies of science and technology studies into theory-intensive research, critique, and practice, supporting intersectional and transnational scholarship and fostering accessibility and experimentation in scholarly form. The inaugural issue demonstrates the scope of Catalyst's intellectual and political vision. The journal's core editorial collective thanks the journal's contributors, anonymous readers, and advisory board members.
The first issue is now accessible at:
Special issues in development will consider black studies and feminist STS, digital militarism, disability, and the politics of care. Submissions are invited on these and other topics for juried review through the journal's online portal. The journal welcomes scholarly research articles, research-based art and media work, book reviews, news in focus, and other forms.
Managing editors Cristina Visperas and Monika Sengul-Jones; web designer and manager Monika Sengul-Jones; and editorial board members Kimberly Juanita Brown, Lisa Cartwright, Martha Lampland, Rachel Lee, Mara Mills, Michelle Murphy, Natasha Myers, Deboleena Roy, David Serlin, Banu Subramaniam, and Elizabeth A. Wilson.