Panel Discussion – On What Terms?: Re-Thinking Feminism and Radicalism

A Panel Discussion organized by: The Birkbeck Interdisciplinary Gender and Sexuality (BIGS) Postgraduate Group 5th April 2011, 6.30-8.30 pm Birkbeck College, Room 151, Malet Street Building Panelists: Tamsin Omond, Jonathan Dean, Laurie Penny In our contemporary moment ‘radicality’ and ‘radicalism’ are frequently utilized terms, in particular with relation to the ongoing student, environmental and anti-cuts…

Karen Offen – Routledge History Author of the Month

The Routledge History Author of the Month for March 2011 is Karen Offen. A profile of the author and her work can be found on the Routledge website at: http://www.routledge.com/history/articles/routledge_history_author_of_the_month_march_2011_karen_offen1/ Karen’s most recent book  Globalizing Feminisms 1789-1945 is available at a 20% discount for the month of March when ordered through http://www.routledge.com. If you are…

Digital Archive – Women and Social Movements, International—1840 to Present

Culminating three years of development work, we are pleased to announce the online availability of Women and Social Movements, International—1840 to Present.  The first release went public January 7 and includes 35,000 of published and manuscript primary sources related to women’s international activism, 1840 to the present. This online archive will eventually have 150,000 pages…