A Conversation With Playwright Flo Read
Arts / Contemporary / Interviews

A Conversation With Playwright Flo Read

By Emily Oldham. Since Flo Read’s Twin Primes won Best Script and Best Production in the 2015 Oxford New Writing Festival, she has gone on to develop several more acclaimed plays. Her work has been performed both nationally and internationally, including at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015 and 2016. She recently graduated from Oxford University with … Continue reading

An Interview with June Purvis: The Demonisation of the Suffragettes
20th century / Humanities / Interviews

An Interview with June Purvis: The Demonisation of the Suffragettes

By Sophie Dowle. I remember being fascinated by the suffragettes from a young age, devouring the ‘My Story’ book about a girl who joins the movement, and reading as many books as I could get my hands on (that weren’t beyond an eight-year-old’s reading ability). Something struck me about the narratives I was reading; the … Continue reading

A Conversation with Emily Temple-Wood
Interviews / Science

A Conversation with Emily Temple-Wood

Ellen Pasternack talks to Emily Temple-Wood, Wikipedia editor and founder of the Women in Science wikiproject. Emily Temple-Wood, an undergraduate biology student at Loyola University Chicago, has been editing Wikipedia articles since she was 12. In 2012, she found out that several women who had been fellows of the Royal Society did not have Wikipedia articles. ‘That … Continue reading

An Interview with Lalla Essaydi
Arts / Interviews

An Interview with Lalla Essaydi

By Sophie Dowle. Lalla Essaydi is an influential Moroccan-American artist, whose uncompromising portrayals of women have sent waves across the art world. Bold, brave and unafraid to make frank and honest statements regarding gender and the Middle East, Essaydi challenges the tropes of Orientalism head-on in her work. When I spoke to her, her passion … Continue reading

Interview with Professor Martha Nussbaum
Humanities / Interviews

Interview with Professor Martha Nussbaum

Alice Theobald interviews Martha Nussbaum American Philosopher Martha Nussbaum is the current Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, appointed in the Law School and the Philosophy Department at the University of Chicago.  She has previously taught at Harvard, Brown and Oxford. She has also chaired the Committee on the Status of Women, … Continue reading

Recovering Lost Voices: An Interview with Professor Jane Martin
19th century / 20th century / Interviews

Recovering Lost Voices: An Interview with Professor Jane Martin

  Click here to read the extended version of this interview.     On behalf of Bluestocking, Ali Nihat interviewed Professor Jane Martin, of the Institute of Education in London, whose work focuses on the relation between education and politics. Professor Martin spoke to us about her recently published work Making Socialists: Mary Bridges Adams … Continue reading