Story highlights In a lovely little panegyric for the distinguished European philosopher Slavoj Zizek, published recently on Aljazeera, we read: There are many important and active philosophers today: Judith Butler in the United States, Simon ... Al Jazeera, 5 days ago
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A BELATED happy International Women's Day. Rarely has the day seemed more necessary than in 2015, as debate rages about the ethics and timing of the BBC documentary on the Delhi rape case, India's Daughter. In this documentary, Mukesh Singh, one of ...DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
According to Toril Moi, much feminist theory is over-abstract and has a flawed understanding of concepts. (Photo: Ida Irene Bergstrøm) There is something wrong with contemporary feminist theory, according to Toril Moi. Theory today has become ...ScienceNordic, 2 weeks ago Toril Moi: Feminist theory needs a revolution Alpha Galileo, 3 weeks ago Feminist Theory Needs A Revolution Eurasia Review, 3 weeks ago
Sunday is International Women's Day but the annual ritual of high-minded promises and hand-wringing will be different this year because of a dispiriting new real-life disaster movie, India's Daughter. It injects a powerful local flavour into the ...Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago
By MTL Collective February 12, 2015 Editor's Note: The following article, written by Amin Husain, Nicholas Mirzoeff, and Nitasha Dhillon as MTL Collective, is a response to the `Report on the Cultural Boycott of Israel,' ...Groong, 1 month ago
This powerful polemic should be in every undergraduate's welcome pack, says Mary Evans A character in David Lodge's 1988 novel, Nice Work, remarks on the extraordinary meekness with which the academic establishment has accepted the cuts. Although ...Times Higher Education Supplement, 1 month ago
(Media-Newswire.com) - SALISBURY, MD---Dr. Sangeeta Ray, a leading scholar of postcolonial studies, inaugurates Salisbury University's 2015 African-American History Month Celebration, A Century of Black Life, History and Culture, Thursday, February ...Media Newswire, 1 month ago
LSE Law - LRIL London Review Annual Lecture Series Date: Wednesday 4 February 2015 Time: 6.30-8pm Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building Speaker: ProfessorJudith Butler Recent debates about human shields in the summer ...London School of Economics, 2 months ago
Freedom of speech should not be placed above human dignity. In the Charlie Hebdo saga, insidious power dynamics seeped so far through so many societies that they almost became invisible at first glance. It is time for more critical analysis.Daily Maverick, 2 months ago
An Afrocentric and indigenous feminist response to Kumar and Gawenda's eye for an eye street justice In this response piece, Kerrie Thornhill critiques a recent editorial in defence of street violence as a political act. She calls for ...AllAfrica.com, 2 months ago
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