Journal of Visual Culture

(The TQCC of Journal of Visual Culture is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
The wavering line of foreground and background: a proposal for the schematic analysis of trans visual culture24
After fashion film: social video and brand content in the influencer economy17
Editorial Introduction: Reparation and Visual Culture9
Introduction: touch, click and motion: archaeologies of fashion film after digital culture6
Trans men’s stealth aesthetics: navigating penile prosthetics and ‘gender fraud’4
Excavating fashion film: a media archaeological perspective4
Familiar grammars of loss and belonging: curating trans kinship in post-dictatorship Argentina4
Prismatic views: a look at the growing field of transgender art and visual culture studies4
The JVC Palestine Portfolio3
Inverting resolution: accounting for the planetary cost of earth observation2
The art of touch: lending a hand to the sighted majority2
Themed Issue Introduction: Testifying to Violence Environmentally: Knowing, Sensing, Politicizing2
The media turn in African environmentalism: the Niger Delta and oil’s network forms2
Sewing machines and weaving looms: a media archaeological encounter between fashion and film1
Chasing Charley, finding Reed: reaching toward the ghosts of the archive1
Performing reparative history in the Andes: Travesti methods and Ch’ixi subjectivities1
Trans visibility and trans viability: a Roundtable1
Epilogue: turning around the right to look1
The diversity of the middle: mythology in intersectional trans representation1
Re-processing archival images: artists as darkroom technicians1
Surviving in the shadow of the un/seen: on the paradoxical in/visibility of El Kazovsky1
Reparative interpellation: public art’s Indigenous and non-human publics1
The memory of earth and land dispossession in Urabá1
Transgressive frames1
‘C’est grave’: Raw, cannibalism and the racializing logic of white feminism1
The art of repair: naming violence in the work of FX Harsono1
Collective empiricism and the material witness1
Screenic fashion: horizontality, minimal materiality and manual operation1
‘We wear one another’1
Bullet-titling in twenty-first century China: bullet-like tactility, soft touch and diachronic simultaneity1