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Veiled Threats? By Martha Nussbaum
2010-07-14 17:44
World reknowned feminist philosopher, Martha Nussbaum, shares her well-reasoned argument against banning the burqa on the New York Times site todayA third argument, very prominent today, is… Read More
2010-06-22 07:49
As you might know, there's a new translation of Simone de Beauvoir's classic feminist text, The Second Sex, out in hardcover. I don't have a copy yet and I don't think the library does eithe… Read More
2010-06-21 01:38
Anti-colonial nationalism, even in its reformist incarnations, worried about the woman question. An end to social oppression found its way on to the agenda of national liberation. At its mos… Read More
Nawal El Saadawi In The News
2010-04-16 01:22
I am becoming more radical with age," says Nawal El Saadawi, laughing. "I have noticed that writers, when they are old, become milder. But for me it is the opposite. Age makes me more angry… Read More
Women In Egypt By Angela Davis
2010-04-03 18:27
Women in Egypt is a theoretically rich essay that documents a trip Angela Davis took to Egypt in the mid-80's. She made the journey intending to write about her experience, not realizing at… Read More
Wednesay March 31: Make/shift In Olympia
2010-03-31 08:04
Pacific Northwest TourMake/shift is teaming with filmmaker (and make/shift contributor) Hilary Goldberg for a Pacific Northwest tour. Our multimedia events will showcase grassroots, multi-is… Read More
Yosano Akiko
2010-03-30 03:54
The Feminist Theory Reader (FTR) starts with this poem by Yosano Akiko. In 1911 it was included in the introduction of the first issues of Seito, a Japanese feminist literary journal. The… Read More

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