Upcoming event in London

*update: this event is now fully booked* The SOAS Centre for Gender Studies hosts  NEW VOICES sponsored by the Feminist Review Collective TUESDAY 12TH MAY 1pm - 5pm Senate House, University of London The Feminist Review collective welcomes early career scholars and established scholars for a discussion on  new voices in gender and feminist studies.... Continue Reading →

Plan F: A feminist economic strategy

With the UK general election (7th May) now less than three weeks away, future directions for Britain's budget remain high on the political and public agenda. In the latest issue of Feminist Review, Ruth Pearson and Diane Elson, members of the Women's Budget Group, contest the necessity of continued austerity measures and outline an alternative... Continue Reading →

“feminism is in fact anarchist in its sensibilities”

In our 2014 special issue on 'revolutions', Bice Maiguashca explores the conceptual and political convergences between anarchism and feminism, making a case for "a more integrated, mutually collaborative feminist anarchist revolutionary politics". Read on for two short extracts and follow this link to read the full article. "...I want to argue that, in the context of... Continue Reading →

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