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Political Feminism: Where’s the Class?

Emily O’Sullivan is a third year Religion, Philosophy and Ethics student. She likes poetry, Russians, and instigating political debates in a variety of South London pubs. 903 more words

"The real danger, Michèle, is you."

This essay contains major spoilers

Paul Verhoeven’s Elle, released in 2016, has been described as a ‘surreal social satire,’ a ‘masterpiece of suave perversity,’ and, perhaps most memorably, as a ‘rape-revenge black-comedy.’ However one wishes to define the film, … 2,249 more words


Gendering & Sexualizing the Cyborg in The Stone Gods & Ex Machina

Science fiction, as a broad transmedial genre, carries with it mechanized icons of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century from Daleks to Terminators to Replicants and a myriad of other humanoid robots and cyborgs. 4,242 more words



n.paradoxa’s website at http://www.ktpress.co.uk is being updated for 2018!
Central to this is a new Feminist Art Observatory

F.A.O. is well known as the abbreviation of “For the Attention Of…” 273 more words

Feminism And Art

New Books in January

Happy 2018! Ring in the new year with these exciting new titles from Duke University Press:

In Fractivism, Sara Ann Wylie traces the history of fracking in the United States and how scientists, nonprofits, landowners, and everyday people are coming together to hold the fossil fuel industry accountable through the creation of digital platforms and databases that document fracking’s devastating environmental and human health impacts. 490 more words

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Female Soldier Performativity

Dr. Marylou Naumoff is a rhetorical studies scholar whose work is informed by cultural and feminist theories. Her current research agenda focuses on understanding constructions of American identity by looking to popular culture as a primary site of creation and negotiation.  333 more words