Feminist Public Intellectuals Project
Digital Archive: Identity Politics This digital archive extends the themes of Walters’s essay to examine debates around identity politics. It collects links to essays, videos, podcasts, and other resources. While far from exhaustive, we hope it will be of use to teachers, students, and anyone interested in identity politics. To suggest any useful resources on the topic […]
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Co-Chair of the Women’s March on Washington, Tamika Mallory, is interviewed by Signs Editor Suzanna Danuta Walters. They discuss the success of the January 21, 2017, Women’s Marches around the United States and the world, the significance of intersectional organizing, and the possibilities for future resistance.
Angela P. Harris and Amy Farrell discuss gender, race, and gun violence.
Accompanying Janell Hoboson’s Currents essay, “Celebrity Feminism: More Than a Gateway,” this digital archive presents Signs articles related to the themes of Hobson’s essay.
This Short Takes: Provocations on Public Feminism features Andi Zeisler’s book We Were Feminists Once: From Riot Grrrl to CoverGirl, the Buying and Selling of a Political Movement, with commentaries from Soraya Chemaly, Susan J. Douglas, Sara Evans, Amy Richards, and Kimberly Springer, with a response from Zeisler.
Accompanying Janell Hoboson’s Currents essay, “Celebrity Feminism: More Than a Gateway,” this digital archive explores the politics of visibility in relation to celebrity feminisms.
Accompanying Janell Hoboson’s Currents essay, “Celebrity Feminism: More Than a Gateway,” this digital archive collects resources on Beyonce’s relation to feminism.