By Tilly Nevin. Today we look out upon an America divided internally, an America in which racism does not appear the distant memory that it should. Mamie Phipps Clark saw a much more visceral manifestation of such racial divisions: segregation in schools, in the workplace, in public. Phipps Clark studied the impact that segregation had …
Rebecca interviews Angela Saini about her book ‘Inferior’ that discusses scientific research into sex differences. Debating whether it is biology or society that may have created these differences.
Olivia discusses the role of working class women, and women of colour during the British Suffrage Movement. She focuses on particular women who haven’t been recognised enough for their contributions.
How far has Pocahontas’ life been whitewashed to support colonial myths and modern American values? Olivia Dehnavi explores the real woman behind the Disney story.
James writes about what impact Melania Trump might have as First Lady by looking back at the remarkable women who have been her predecessors.
Rebecca interviews Baroness Helena Kennedy QC about her views on how women can be treated equally by the law.
Dr Mert and Dr Çizakça write about Professor Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı: A prominent Turkish Psychologist whose theories on ‘The Model of Family Change’ and the ‘Autonomous-Related Self’ gave her much recognition in the field of Psychology.
Rebecca interviews Professor Teresa Anderson MBE the Director of Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre about women in physics