The foreword to Maria Mies’ “Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: Women in the International Division of Labour,” by Sylvia Federici.
Tag Archives: Feminism
Spurning Unwanted Advances, Now With More bell hooks
Is Creepy McCreeperson being a little too insistent on getting your digits? Before you handing out the number to your local Popeye’s when you’re pressed, just try this number instead: (669) 221-6251.
Submit Your Papers! Feminism and Food
The Feminist Review is now accepting submissions for a specially themed issue on food. Deadline for submissions is September 1, 2014.
Submit Your Papers! Towards a Queer Badiouian Feminism
You’ve got until August!
Submit Your Papers! Accelerofeminisms
You’ve got until July.
Free Read – ‘Bread and Roses’ by Sheila Rowbotham
Our second excerpt from Sheila Rowbotham’s “Women, Resistance and Revolution.”
Free Read: ‘Women, Resistance and Revolution’
An excerpt of Sheila Rowbotham’s book, from the chapter “Impudent Lasses.”
Whoops! New York Post Columnist Can’t Tell Black People Apart
New York post columnist mistakes “black women with afro” for Angela Davis.
Submit Your Papers! Decolonizing Fitness
You’ve got until May, 2014!
Why the Media’s Patriarchy Fueled Boner About ‘Hard-Wired Gender’ is Bullshit
The truth behind the study that “concluded” gender differences were “hard-wired.”