By Ana Olendraru Comic artistry is an area often perceived and marketed as primarily male. Popular media presents comic books and their characters as a form of art addressed to young boys or to the stereotypical ‘loveable nerd’, most often a man (e.g. The Big Bang Theory, one of the most popular TV shows with… Continue reading The first “truly humorous” female artist: Marie Duval’s satire of the Victorian work ethic
Valentina Grub details the life of Empress Theodora
Rida Vaquas describes the life and work of 20th Century Argentinian poet Alejandra Pizarnik
Angelica De Vido's insight into the unique perspective offered in Greta Gerwig's filmography
Eleanor Myerson discusses the life and work of pioneering 19th Century Jewish writer Amy Levy
Emily almost poetically describes the emotions evoked by Lorrie Moore's book 'Self-Help'. She describes the techniques that Moore uses to create the atmosphere that is felt by readers.
Rebecca O'Brien, Editor 2017-18, summarises our aims and a selection of our articles for our Tenth Anniversary.
A collection of important feminist dates to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 1918 Act which gave British women (over 30 with property qualifications) the ability to vote.
Rebecca discusses how important it is to have a female feminist as President of the Supreme Court.
Ellie writes about how relevant Ding Ling's analysis of gendered language is to our modern day disparity in degree results.