Posts Tagged ‘ Feminist ’

Angela Davis Still Believes America Can Change – The New York Times

Sarah Schulman’s Good Conflict

Photo: Ryan Pfluger

The world is consumed by violent fights and hostile disagreements. The author and activist sees a way out of them.

Source: Sarah Schulman’s Good Conflict

Only Voice Remains Film on Vimeo

 

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Dozens of Museums Will Be Filled With Feminist Art Ahead of US Presidential Election

“Stigmata” (2011) by Linda Stark, from the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; purchase made possible through a gift of the Paul L. Wattis Foundation. (all images courtesy of BAMPFA)

The Feminist Art Coalition has coordinated with museums nationwide to display feminist art in anticipation of the 2020 election.

Source: Dozens of Museums Will Be Filled With Feminist Art Ahead of US Presidential Election

SUNRISE – Fuck the plums in the icebox . Actual life…

How to Fuck Your Neighbor – Los Angeles Review of Books

Source: How to Fuck Your Neighbor – Los Angeles Review of Books

MIRA SCHOR with Will Fenstermaker – The Brooklyn Rail

Portrait of Mira Schor. Pencil on paper by Phong Bui.

Source: MIRA SCHOR with Will Fenstermaker – The Brooklyn Rail

Zeitgeist Spam: Nuestra America: Feral Theory

If, following Rubin, Frye, and Polish, to become women was to be domesticated, it would seem that undoing gender, to borrow Judith Butler’s phrase, would mean going feral. Monique Wittig long ago described lesbians as “escapees” from gender. Wittig’s renegade lesbian is no longer a woman; like the avian inmate who flees the farm, or the dog who joins the wolves, she has gone feral.

Zeitgeist Spam: Nuestra America: Feral Theory.

Sarah Schulman on ‘Conflict Is Not Abuse’: Rethinking Community Responsibility Outside of the State Apparatus | Engenderings

Ilana Eloit is a PhD candidate at the Gender Institute, LSE. She is an associate researcher to the program GEDI (Genre et discriminations sexistes et homophobes) coordinated by the University of Angers. She has contributed to the Dictionnaire des féministes to be shortly published by the PUF (Presses universitaires de France). Her PhD thesis focuses on lesbian politics in the 1970s and 1980s in France and in the United States.

Sarah Schulman on ‘Conflict Is Not Abuse’: Rethinking Community Responsibility Outside of the State Apparatus | Engenderings.

A “No to” Poem — The Message — Medium

A “No to” Poem — The Message — Medium.