Category Archives: feminism
The round-up of Roundups. Ariella Drake: Anti-Oppression Roundup Kate Harding: Stuff to Read Of course, the 37th Carnival of Feminists at KitKats Critique and the 1st Carnival of Radical Feminists will be up any minute now at Womens Space/The Margins.
Second Wave and Beyond – I just discovered this while following some other links. The “Second Wave” and Beyondscholarly community, launched in 2006, is an innovative form of electronic communication and research that brings together feminist thinkers, scholars and activists, to analyze compelling questions about feminist activism and theories, define new directions for historical research […]
Way down on the sidebar are links to current blog-festivals that feature feminist issues. There’s a new one going on the list: Carnival of Radical Feminists – May 2, 2007 edition Host blog ¤ Women’s Space/The MarginsScheduled for ¤ May 2, 2007Submission deadline ¤ Apr 29, 2007 23:59:02 -1200Description ¤ Carnivals of Radical Feminists will […]
Reader A suggested: I was also interested in book suggestions, but I think that the LibraryThing might be a little too involved (the interface looked a little confusing to me). I think what would be nice would be either a simple, concise list of the five to ten most influential books or essays, or a […]
I’m going to aim to do this every week, anyway. A roundup of other people’s roundups. Pen-Elayne has a great roundup. Carnival of the Feminists #36 has been put together by Belledame, and it’s a monster: [ Part One ] [ Part Two ] [ Part Three ] Please do add other roundups or notable […]
At the simplest, just talk to other people about your feminist ethics. This lets them know that normal people like their friends, neighbours, workmates and relatives can be feminists and still be friendly and sane. Volunteer some time to an organisation which helps women. There is a wide variety of organisations, some overtly feminist and […]