Angela E. Hubler

Angela E. Hubler is an associate professor of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Kansas State University. She edited Little Red Read: Historical Materialist Perspectives on Children’s Literature (University of Mississippi, 2014) and has published essays on dystopian novels by Suzanne Collins and Lois Lowry, the Dear America series books, the feminist political novel for young readers, and girls’ reading and gender.

White Women and White Power
Against the Current, No. 199, March/April 2019

Florynce Kennedy & Black Feminism
Against the Current, No. 187, March/April 2017

Utopia and Anti-Utopia
Against the Current, No. 171, July/August 2014

Black Women and Anti-Rape Activism
Against the Current, No. 162, January/February 2013

Feminism's Global Contradictions
Against the Current, No. 148, September/October 2010

Globalizataion and Feminism
Against the Current, No. 135, July/August 2008

A Feminist Reader for Today
Against the Current, No. 109, March/April 2004

Johanna Brenner's Women and the Politics of Class
Against the Current, No. 95, November/December 2001

Josephine Herbst's "Pity is not Enough"
Against the Current, No. 79, March/April 1999

The Future of Reproductive Freedom
Against the Current, No. 36, January/February 1992