Posts Tagged ‘ hierarchy ’

Opinion | Elena Ferrante: A Power of Our Own – The New York Times

I’ve never been particularly swayed by the rhetorical formula “At last, a woman president!” — or prime minister, or Nobel winner, or any other position atop our current political or cultural hierarchies. The question is, rather: Within what culture, within what system of power, are women rising to the top?

Pressing changes are underway. Everything is becoming something else, unpredictably. A completely new outlook is required. The challenge for now and the foreseeable future is to extract ourselves from what men have engineered: a planet long on the edge of catastrophe. – Elena Ferrante

If capitalism constructed the figure of the housewife, then women can disassemble them both. : : dpr – barcelona

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Carrie Mae Weems. The Kitchen Table Series (1990).

the disassembly of capitalism and housewife at dpr – barcelona

The end of capitalism has begun | Books | The Guardian

The end of capitalism has begun | Books | The Guardian.

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.

Between thought and expression, lies a lifetime — John Pearson considers “James Welling: Monograph” | Notes on Looking

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James Welling, Cascade (B81), 1980, Gelatin silver contact print, 4 5/8″ x 3 3/4″

Between thought and expression, lies a lifetime—John Pearson considers “James Welling: Monograph” | Notes on Looking.

Against Easy Answers: Eating Pho with Dodie Bellamy

Against Easy Answers: Eating Pho with Dodie Bellamy.

Felix Bernstein: Breakfast at Tiffany’s; Dinner at Goldsmith’s | Lemon Hound

Felix Bernstein: Breakfast at Tiffany’s; Dinner at Goldsmith’s | Lemon Hound.