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Charlotte Perkins-Gilman: The Yellow Wallpaper

Issues of Suppression in The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper is a very important work in areas such as feminism and mental health awareness. Primarily, it addresses issues of suppression by patriarchal powers upon women and, especially, women who may suffer from problems with mental health. 1,547 more words

Feminist Theory And Ecocriticism

Sense and Sensibility: Part 1

Marianne and the Patriarchal Binary System

It literature, oftentimes, there are many binaries. Nature versus culture, female and male, and emotion as opposed to reason are just a few of these. 642 more words

Feminist Theory And Ecocriticism

African Feminisms CFP 2016/17

African feminisms have, from the beginning, been grounded in an inclusive and intersectional discourse which seeks to challenge and unravel patriarchal, political, existential, and philosophical imbalances in society. 192 more words

#Finding Africa

Shaking up Academia

The St Hilda’s Feminist Salon founder on why she set it up.

Feminism is not only about theory. Feminist artists, musicians, poets, playwrights, novelists, journalists, activists, campaigners and everyday resistors all produce knowledge about what feminism is and how it should be practiced. 344 more words

Holly Golightly: Shamelessly Herself

‘Dah-ling!’ she said, her red lips slowly spreading wide, rightly assuming that she was about to get her own way.

Uttering this line with such brilliant flair on the West End stage, was Pixie Lott. 583 more words


Language: It Matters!

I’m a feminist! It is unlikely that this proclamation comes as a surprise given that I write about life stories, gender & culture through a feminist lens, am I right?! 557 more words


Veronica Mars: Iconic Feminist Show and Teen Girl Detective

Veronica Mars is one of my favorite television shows, and the title character is a fantastic depiction of a smart, vulnerable, brave, fallible young woman. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend setting aside some time and watching the entire series. 1,605 more words

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