Hysteria (periodical)

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Hysteria is a feminist publication, a non-profit periodical and platform for feminist activism.[1]


Launched in the summer of 2013 by a group of students from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London,[2] HYSTERIA aims to be a platform for radical creative discourse about feminism encompassing poetry, text and visual arts.

Hysteria is sold as a quarterly publication. Examples of themes from early publications were: 'BackLash'; 'Roles and Rules'; 'Antagonism' and 'Abjection'.

Hysteria can be purchased in London at Housmans,[3] ICA and Foyles bookshops as well as internationally where it is available in thirteen countries with launches in Berlin, [4] Paris[5] and New York (2014 and 2015).[6][7] Each issue has been crowd funded to cover basic printing costs.[8]


  1. ^ Vice.'An Interview with Feminist Journal Hysteria'. Becky Lamming. 27 August 2015
  2. ^ SOAS Alumni. Hysteria Magazine
  3. ^ Artlyst. Launching Hysteria
  4. ^ Soma Art Gallery. Hysteria launch in Berlin
  5. ^ Violette and co bookshop. Hysteria launch in Paris
  6. ^ Art Cards. Hysteria Launch in New York. 19 August 2014
  7. ^ Hysteria Launch in New York. 03 Sept 2015
  8. ^ Kickstarter. Hysteria

External links

  • Official website

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