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A guest post from Anna Brecke, a PhD candidate and graduate instructor in Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Rhode Island. Her research interests include Victorian cultural studies, gender and women”s studies, television and the supernatural. Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon is famous for his outspokenness on strong female characters. […]
SPRING SELECTIONS Volume 4, Issue 1 Spring 2013 Articles Book Review – Claire Hemmings, Why Stories Matter: The Political Grammar of Feminist Theory. by Gigi NcNamara Sex, Work, Law and Sex Work Law: Towards a Transformative Feminist Theory by Tom Dreyfus Breastmilk Exchange and New Forms of Social casino online Relations by Robyn Lee One […]
A Year of Biblical Womanhood, by Rachel Held Evans (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2012) The subtitle of this book, “How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head, and Calling Her Husband ‘Master’,” provides an intriguing and true, but somewhat misleading, description of the actual contents. Held, who writes a blog on […]
Guest blog writer Emily L. Newman holds a Ph.D. from The Graduate Center, City University of New York, and is currently Assistant Professor of Art History at Texas A&M University – Commerce. Often exploring the intersections between popular culture and art, her research focuses on the way contemporary artists have addressed female body image Femininity […]
The latest issue of MP is on the website. FEMINIST SUMMER CAMP Volume 3, Issue 5 Summer 2012 Articles Queering Masculinity: Sexual Dissidence as Anti-bullying Discourse in Kimberly Peirce’s Boys Don’t Cry by Justine Gieni A Womb of One’s Own: A Wandering Rhetoric by Lydia McDermott Deconstructing the online casino Erotic: A Feminist […]
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