Category: Feminism

Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Reader

By Emma Goldman, Dark Star Collective, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Peggy Kornegger, Jo Freeman, Voltairine De Cleyre, Mujeres Creando, Ro

This can be a attention-grabbing window into the advance of the women's move within the phrases of these who moved it. Compiled and brought through the UK-based anarchist-intellectual collective darkish megastar, Quiet Rumours beneficial properties articles and essays from 4 generations of anarchist-inspired feminists, together with Emma Goldman, Voltairine de Cleyre, Jo Freeman, Peggy Kornegger, Cathy Levine, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Mujeres Creando, Rote Zora, and past. everything from the 1st variations are incorporated the following, in addition to new fabric bringing 3rd and so-called fourth-wave feminism into dialog with twenty-first century politics. an amazing assessment for budding feminists and an exhilarating reconsideration for pro radicals

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Reel to Real: Race, Sex and Class at the Movies (Routledge Classics)

By Bell Hooks

Movies topic – that's the message of  Reel to Real, bell hooks’ vintage choice of essays on movie. They topic on a private point, offering us with unforgettable moments, even life-changing studies they usually can confront us, too, with the main profound social problems with race, intercourse and sophistication. the following bell hooks – one in all America’s so much celebrated and exciting cultural critics – talks again to motion pictures that experience moved and provoked her, from Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction to the paintings of Spike Lee. together with additionally her conversations with grasp filmmakers similar to Charles Burnett and Julie sprint, Reel to Real is a needs to learn for someone who believes that video clips are worthy arguing about.

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And Chaos Died

By Joanna Russ

And Chaos Died (1970) is a technology fiction novel by way of Joanna Russ, possibly the genre's best-known feminist writer. Its surroundings is a dystopian projection of recent society, during which Earth's inhabitants has persisted to develop, with the results a bit mitigated by means of complex know-how. the radical was once nominated for, yet didn't win, the 1970 Nebula Award.

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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography

By Jamie Winders

**Named a 2014 selection remarkable educational Title**

Combining assurance of key topics and debates from quite a few old and theoretical views, this authoritative reference quantity bargains the main updated and major research of cultural geography at the moment available. 

  • A considerably revised new version masking a couple of new themes comparable to biotechnology, rural, foodstuff, media and tech, borders and tourism, while additionally reflecting advancements in demonstrated topics together with animal geographies
  • Edited and written by means of the major experts during this fast-developing self-discipline, and lines a bunch of recent participants to the second one edition
  • Traces the historic evolution of cultural geography via to the very most modern research
  • Provides a global viewpoint, reflecting the advancing educational traditions of non-Western associations, in particular in Asia
  • Features a thematic constitution, with sections exploring themes similar to identities, nature and tradition, and flows and mobility

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The Color Purple

By Alice Walker

Now a Broadway musical
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize
Winner of the nationwide booklet Award
released to extraordinary acclaim, The colour Purple confirmed Alice Walker as an enormous voice in sleek fiction. this can be the tale of 2 sisters—one a missionary in Africa and the opposite a baby spouse dwelling within the South—who maintain their loyalty to and belief in one another throughout time, distance, and silence. superbly imagined and deeply compassionate, this vintage novel of yankee literature is wealthy with ardour, soreness, idea, and an indomitable love of life.

“Intense emotional impression . . . Indelibly affecting . . . Alice Walker is a lavishly talented writer.” — New York occasions booklet Review

“Places Walker within the corporation of Faulkner.” — The Nation

“Superb . . . a piece to face beside literature of any time and place.” — San Francisco Chronicle

“A novel of everlasting importance.” — Peter S. Prescott, Newsweek

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By Marion Meade

In the early Nineteen Seventies, the nationwide dialog concerning feminism used to be very assorted. Public discussions of womanhood—single existence, marriage, office harassment, rights, gripes—were usually channeled via flow spokeswomen and regularly refracted during the lens of chatting with males approximately males. Little was once shared in regards to the chats occurring at the back of closed doorways the place daily ladies talked to ladies with out the specter of males listening in. yet, all that modified with the book Bitching.

Originally released in 1973, Bitching is journalist and writer Marion Meade’s deep and insightful research into the genuine discussion taking place inside of espresso klatches, consciousness‑raising teams, and therapist’s classes. utilizing excerpts from actual taped conversations, Meade offers the disappointment, anger, resigned reputation, and scathing humor that make up the feminine adventure from beginning to grave.

For the 1st time, male chauvinist habit is going totally tested and unexcused, and the jobs males strength upon girls get damaged right down to their occasionally ridiculous part components. A picture right into a key time within the feminist flow, this publication is a must‑read for a person drawn to how some distance we have now come . . . or how a lot we've stayed the same.

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In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens: Womanist Prose

By Alice Walker

In this, her first number of nonfiction, Alice Walker speaks out as a
black lady, author, mom, and feminist in thirty-six items ranging
from the private to the political. one of the contents are essays about
other writers, bills of the civil rights circulate of the Nineteen Sixties and the
antinuclear circulate of the Nineteen Eighties, and a vibrant memoir of a scarring
childhood harm and her daughter’s therapeutic words.

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Escape Plans

By Gwyneth Jones

To VENTUR the Subs have been a nuisance. The underworld's billions have been fed and housed: less than the strict yet loving care of the nice computing device platforms. actual, they'd to stay in packed hives underground, to maintain the original great thing about the single residing international within the identified universe. yet their cultures have been revered, their welfare was once guaranteed, and a minority even had significant paintings to do. there has been no reason for grievance. merely the Subs, the “numbers” of the previous Indian Sub-Continent, refused to be thankful and humble... ALIC used to be an blameless vacationer, a retired video games conceiver, interested in the previous domestic planet, and to the restive "Subcontinent" within the hopes of a bit out of date pleasure. Then she met Millie, who invited her to play a video game that will be like no different. And ALIC fell into the depths, into the churning, peopled void. Her complete lifestyles turned a frantic sequence of break out makes an attempt; whereas round her a proud, historical tradition surged towards violent insurrection opposed to the omnipotent area Habitats.

Escape Plans (1986), was once acclaimed and reviled at its first e-book, as an uncompromising imaginative and prescient of an international the place people dwell in overall fusion with the electronic equipment. It has considering that been known as an important and hugely unique feminist “Cyberpunk" paintings. For fans of challenging radical technological know-how fiction, this new e-edition deals a demanding learn, jam-packed with dizzying hypothesis, that still packs a huge emotional punch.

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