Adrienne Rich Twenty-One Love Poems Can be read online here. Find more information here. WEBSITE The Eloquent Woman An Anthology of Optimism VIDEO Mad Men, Season 1, Episode 1 View it here. Rainer Variations (Charles Atlas) EAI Available on DVD boxset, Rainer, Yvonne, A Woman Who…: Selected Works of Yvonne Rainer. Video Data Bank 2005. […]
Harriet Jacobs Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (1861) Available here.
Suggested accompaniments: …perhaps a Dubonnet cocktail (Zaza), or for non-alcoholic red grape and raspberry juice, and both with roasted lightly salted almonds, or tiny slices celery and soft goat’s cheese. And glasses of water. “In December 1856, Héricourt had published an article in La Revue philosophique entitled “Proudhon and the Woman Question,” which informed readers […]
To be accompanied by dry martinis: Lucinda Williams: White Slavery Versus the Ethnography of Sexworkers From Moving Image 5, No. 2, Fall 2005 Speaking of Soft Core From Cinema Journal 47, No. 2, Winter 2008 Cinema and the Sex Act From Cineaste 27, No. 1, Winter 2001 Mister Strangelove From Sight & Sound 19, No. […]
To be enjoyed with “an excellent prosecco, lots of sparkling water and home made gluten-free polenta cake.” Janet Frame To The Is-Land Volume 1 of autobiography (1982). London: Women’s Press, 1984./NY: George Braziller, 1991 (3 vol. edition). Find more information on Janet Frame’s website. Teresa Margolles et. al. ¿De qué otra cosa podríamos hablar? (What […]
Pamela R. Fletcher Whose Body Is It Anyway? Transforming Ourselves to Change a Rape Culture In Buchwald, Fletcher & Roth (eds.), Transforming a Rape Culture Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions (2005) Can be read here. Faith Wilding Vulvas With a Difference Read it here. VIDEO bell hooks Cultural Criticism and Transformation An interview with bell hooks, […]
To be enjoyed with Dove’s Farm digestive biscuits and herbal tea Marilyn French The Women’s Room London: Virago, 1997 See here and here for more information.
To be enjoyed with a pot of black tea, “something light like Earl or Lady Grey”. “I think I would like to eat madeleines for fun, although I have never had one before. In the Proust madeleine moment, the cake is dunked in lemon verbena tea I think, so we should have some of that […]
I wanted to propose something that, in a hypothetical reading group, could open up a discussion of female experimental music. For me this isn’t a tangential question but really the first area that introduced me to an important range of female artists and collaborations between women, an area which made the question of positive female-led […]
Virginia Woolf: A Room of One’s Own, 1929 Online here. Find more about Virginia Woolf here and here. Thoughts on Peace in an Air Raid, 1940 Online here.