Month: August 2019

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Events

Towards a Red Feminist Horizon

University of Leeds Friday, 01st November 2019, 09.00-18.00 The event has been funded by the Sociological Review Foundation, CERIC and LSSI, University of Leeds and organised by Dr Kate Hardy (University of Leeds) and Dr Camille Barbagallo (University of Leeds Abstract For the last two decades feminist praxis has been washed in a particular shade […]

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Reviews

Book Review: Prison: A Survival Guide by Carl Cattermole

Review by Kathryn Medien Prison: A Survival Guide by Carl Cattermole was published by Penguin Random House UK in 2019. Carl Cattermole is an author and public speaker. He has spent time in numerous UK prisons and actively campaigns against the unjust prison system. The book also contains contributions from Sarah Jane Barker, Jon Gulliver, […]

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Fiction

Fiction: A Bench at the Side of the Road

By Jay Emery Just off to the side of the mini roundabout, where Pit Lane meets the end of the High Street, there’s a commemorative bench, obstinately anchored beside the pavement. Some locals objected when it was first proposed, protesting that the seat shouldn’t be in the Nottinghamshire coalfield at all, but in Yorkshire, where […]

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Taking Stock of Motherhood in the US and Europe Half a Century After Second Wave Feminism

Vanessa May reviews two new books: Making Motherhood Work, by Caitlyn Collins and Heading Home, by Shani Organ

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Event Reports

Afroeuropeans: Black In/visibilities Contested

A Review of the 7th Biennial Network Conference, University of Lisbon, Portugal, 4-6th July 2019 By Carol Ann Dixon “Black In/visibilities Contested” was the title of the 7th Biennial Afroeuropeans Network Conference, held at the ISCTE-IUL (Instituto Universitário de Lisboa), University of Lisbon, Portugal, 4-6th July 2019. In keeping with previous gatherings, this transdisciplinary event […]

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