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Alternative title: Crosstext
Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Xtext
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"Journal/magazine that aims to promote dialogues amongst community and academy-based workers/artists/intellectuals and in so doing to address questions of differences which are of concern in both contexts. Xtext focuses on the tensions around issues of theory, identities, cultural differences, racism, ethnicities, sexualities and feminisms. Xtext also publishes contributions which address marginalised issues and/or demonstrate alternative representations of current issues, especially those favoured by mainstream media. Editorial committee: Paula Abood, Mary Dimech, Gillian Fuller, Efi Hatzimanolis, Tinzar Lwyn and Brigitta Olubas." (Launch Announcement, Third World Women mailing list archive sighted 7/6/07)

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ISSN: 1326902X
It appears that 2 or 3 issues were produced 1996-1998.
Issues also have individual titles.
"Artspace gratefully acknowledges the support of the Department of Sociology, Culture and Communication and the School of English, University of NSW; Department of Women's Studies and the Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney; the Institute for Women's Studies, Macquarie University; Department of Media and Text, University of Technology, Sydney; the Women's Research Centre, University of Western Sydney, Nepean; Australian Film Institute; New South Wales Film and Television Office and the Sydney Arab Feminist Alliance." (Launch Announcement)
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