feminism

19 articles tagged with feminism were found.

Mother-to-Be Making Love at the Museum of Biology

Comment on Pussy Riot: Reflections on Receptions It is important in this connection to mention the activities of Voina (The […]

By Nadezda Petrusenko 1 Comment on Mother-to-Be Making Love at the Museum of Biology

The Pussy Riot Trial: Quotes from Court Verdict Concerning Feminism and Contemporary Art

Comments on Pussy Riot: Reflections on Receptions   “Feminism is not crime but…” [1] The court cannot agree to the arguments […]

By Irina Sandomirskaja 1 Comment on Quotes from Court Verdict Concerning Feminism and Contemporary Art

Pussy Riot and Femen: Strategies of Symbolic Violence

Comment written jointly with Irina Sandomirskaja on Pussy Riot: Reflections on Receptions However, in the post-modern Russian society, radical protest […]

By Yulia Gradskova 1 Comment on Strategies of Symbolic Violence

Revolution: An Unpleasant Memory

Comment on Pussy Riot: Reflections on Receptions Pussy Riot awakened public memory to a recollection of an alternative history that […]

By Irina Sandomirskaja 1 Comment on An Unpleasant Memory

A Precedent of the Pussy Riot Trial: the Trial and Suicide of Anna Al’chuk (2003-2008)

Comment on Pussy Riot: Reflections on Receptions It is not for the first time that feminism in Russia became an […]

By Irina Sandomirskaja 1 Comment on the Trial and Suicide of Anna Al’chuk (2003-2008)

From Personal Recollections: A Feminist Tea Party, the Early 1990s

Comment to Pussy Riot: Reflections on Receptions It was at the beginning of the 1990s, Russia’a first post-soviet years. We […]

By Irina Sandomirskaja 1 Comment on A Feminist Tea Party, the Early 1990s

Football against Sex Tourism and Prostitution?

EURO 2012 makes prostitution not just a Ukrainian problem, but an European issue.

By Yuliya Yurchuk 1 Comment on Football against Sex Tourism and Prostitution?

maria janion. a tree spreading seeds

Maria Janion is Poland’s undisputed intellectual authority – but she is relatively unknown abroad. Maria Janion is a professor emeritus of literature. Her studies of Romanticism led Janion to see the specificity in Poland’s cultural development. As a public intellectual, Janion has always intervened in the political discourse. In recent years, she has put her authority to use to support the feminist movement and the reawakened new Left.

By Teresa Kulawik & Renata Ingbrant 1 Comment on a tree spreading seeds

Feminists in Eastern and Western Europe – Researchers and activists

“Why is there no happiness in the East?” was the, according to many, provocative title of a conference put on by CBEES and Södertörn University September 8–10 of this year. The organizers of the conference, Teresa Kulawik, Renata Ingbrant and Youlia Gradskova, wanted to bring together feminist scholars for a discussion about conditions facing feminism in the East and in the West after the Berlin Wall, as well as the role of the EU and politics in the development of feminism.

By Ninna Mörner No Comments on – Researchers and activists