Feminist

Some articles on feminist:

Politics Of Reality – Essays In Feminist Theory
... The Politics of Reality Essays in Feminist Theory is a book published in 1983 containing a collection of feminist essays written by philosopher Marilyn ... she gave, have been quoted and reprinted often, and the book has been a "classic" of feminist theory ...
Simone De Beauvoir Prize - Prize Committee - List of Committee Members
... former Belgian Senate president Kate Millett, American feminist Yvette Roudy, former women's rights minister in France Danièle Sallenave, author, Journalist Josyane Savigneau, journalist for Le Monde ... Alice Schwarzer, German feminist Annie Sugier, president of the feminist association (association féministe) Linda Weil-Curiel, lawyer Anne Zelensky ...
Swetnam The Woman-Hater - Modern Responses
... The play's status as a pro-feminist, proto-feminist, or quasi-feminist text has earned it an ever-growing body of commentary, analysis, and criticism from modern scholars ... the degree to which the play is or isn't a feminist work critics have noted that Swetnam subordinates its polemical concerns to its subplot, while ...
Laura Quilter
... property and new media, and her long-standing archive of information on feminist science fiction ... Her web site Feminist SF, Fantasy, and Utopia has been active since 1994 ... the site expanded to become a community of feminist science fiction writers, fans, and critics, with a book discussion list, forums, blog carnival, group blog, and wiki, maintained by Quilter ...
Mira Schor - Early Life and Education
... a noted scholar of French Literature and Feminist theory, were both educated at the Lycée Français de New York ... There she was a participant in the CalArts Feminist Art Program’s renowned project Womanhouse (1972) ... In the Feminist Art Program she studied with Miriam Shapiro and Judy Chicago ...

More definitions of "feminist":

  • (adj): Of or relating to or advocating equal rights for women.
    Example: "Feminist critique"

Famous quotes containing the word feminist:

    We live in a highly industrialized society and every member of the Black nation must be as academically and technologically developed as possible. To wage a revolution, we need competent teachers, doctors, nurses, electronics experts, chemists, biologists, physicists, political scientists, and so on and so forth. Black women sitting at home reading bedtime stories to their children are just not going to make it.
    Frances Beale, African American feminist and civil rights activist. The Black Woman, ch. 14 (1970)

    I’m not suggesting that all men are beautiful, vulnerable boys, but we all started out that way. What happened to us? How did we become monsters of feminist nightmares? The answer, of course, is that we underwent a careful and deliberate process of gender training, sometimes brutal, always dehumanizing, cutting away large chunks of ourselves. Little girls went through something similarly crippling. If the gender training was successful, we each ended up being half a person.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    All of women’s aspirations—whether for education, work, or any form of self-determination—ultimately rest on their ability to decide whether and when to bear children. For this reason, reproductive freedom has always been the most popular item in each of the successive feminist agendas—and the most heavily assaulted target of each backlash.
    Susan Faludi (20th century)