In this essay for the series Currents: Feminist Key Concepts and Controversies, Janell Hobson understands celebrity feminism as a collective conversation, arguing that celebrities are not simply a gateway to feminism but are actively engaged in theorizing feminist issues.
Feminist Public Intellectuals Project
Kate Bolick, Rebecca Carroll, Nancy F. Cott, Bella DePaulo, Barbara J. Risman, and Judith Stacey discuss Rebecca Traister’s All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation. The forum also includes a response from Traister. A great discussion of marriage, singledom, and feminism!
Why Are We Now Talking about “Unfinished Business”? Heather Boushey The Unfinished Business of Race and Gender at Work Kimberly Freeman Brown Strengthening the Case for Policies to Support Caregiving Stephanie Coontz The Feminist Business Nancy Folbre Only the State, Not Benevolent Employers, Can Ensure Work-Family Balance Kathleen Geier Having It All Is Not a […]
Digital Archive: Trigger Warnings This digital archive extends the themes of Halberstam’s essay to examine debates around trigger warnings and feminist theorizing about victimization and trauma, censorship and academic freedom, and pedagogy. It collects links to essays, videos, podcasts, and other resources. While far from exhaustive, we hope it will be of use to teachers, […]