Men and #feminism – labels and so forth.

So, with a fellow PhD student I've set up a blog called 'feminismandtwoguys'. The about is this We are two guys (Steffen and Marc) who are studying in Manchester.  This site is about us trying to learn from different types of feminism. That involves listening, reflecting, honouring the vast amount of physical and intellectual work... Continue Reading →

“Finding the Woman Who Didn’t Exist” #afterthethesis

Finding the Woman Who Didn’t Exist Nineteenth-Century French Studies Volume 42, Numbers 1-2, Fall-Winter 2013-2014 Laure Katsaros Hawthorne, Melanie C. Finding the Woman Who Didn’t Exist: The Curious Life of Gisèle d’Estoc. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2013. Pp. 216. isbn: 978-0-8032-4034-6 Who was the woman hidden behind the name “Gisèle d’Estoc”? The pseudonym suggests a strange... Continue Reading →

Reflections on feminism and women’s liberation

Sue Crockford is a London-based feminist.  Here's a brief interview with her in which she reflects on how she got involved in the Women's Liberation movement (via involvement in anti-Vietnam War activity),  what her memories of that time she cherishes, and what feminism means to her. Below, another feminist, Sarah Irving, writes about her reactions... Continue Reading →

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