Category Archives: Feminist Blogs Of Interest
Bari Burke, University of Montana School of Law, has launched a new blog, Montana’s Early Women Lawyers: Trail-Blazing, Big Sky Sisters-In-Law. Each post focuses on an interesting (and unknown) story about a female lawyer from the past, which Professor Burke … Continue reading
New blog by two constitutional law professors who want to bring women’s voices and issues to the forefront of constitutional law and law and religion debates!
Authored by Professors Marci Hamilton and Leslie Griffin, you can check it out here!
What is a “threatened sexist”? What is “revenge porn” itself, anyway? Check out this discussion with Professor Mary Anne Franks to learn all about this topic, to discuss ways that law is responding to online harassment, and to find out … Continue reading
Tracy Thomas (Akron) and John Kang (St. Thomas) are the editors of the new Gender and the Law Prof Blog, “A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network Sponsored by Wolters Kluwer.” Check it out here. Welcome to the blogosphere, … Continue reading
I have my doubts about how effective media literacy efforts alone can be at combating gender stereotypes. It seems like an uphill battle in the current environment. But About-Face is one organization that is trying to do something. I blogged … Continue reading
The Journal of Social Philosophy has just published a special issue on “Gender, Implicit Bias, and Philosophical Methodology,” co-edited by Margaret Crouch and Lisa Schwartzman. It’s the September 2012 issue (Vol. 43, Issue 3), and is now available online: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291467-9833 … Continue reading
Filmmakers April Hayes and Katia Maguire are in the process of producing Jessica Gonzales v. United States, a documentary about one woman’s legal battle on behalf of domestic violence survivors. Here is the producers’ description of the film: In 1999, … Continue reading
From Rebecca Hunter (Harvard, Derek Bok Center), this information about a Wikipedia page in honor of Ann Scales: She was my sister Anne Hunter’s best friend at Wellesley and I met her several times on their adventures. I have arranged … Continue reading
Broadcasting from McGill University’s CKUT 90.3 FM (in Canada), Audio Smut is “a racy radio show exploring the vast terrain of sexuality.” The program is available as a podcast and via its website (“Audio Smut: Sex Positive Radio”), here. The folks … Continue reading
Author extraordinaire Courtney E. Martin writes at The Nation (here) about the challenges of feminist blogging and online organizing: Online feminism is operating at this critical political intersection: amplifying the voices of the unheard, mobilizing funding and energy towards the … Continue reading
Feminist Peace Work Director Lucinda Marshall and feminist scholar and activist Kathy Miriam have launched a new blog called Occupy Patriarchy. Check out this excerpt from the inaugural post: [I]nstitutions such as Wall Street are manifestations of the far deeper and greater … Continue reading
From the FLP mailbox, this message from Amanda Gonzalez, Ms. JD Executive Director and guest blogger here at Feminist Law Profs: Do you feel your creative spirit fading as you work tirelessly to perfect your legal writing skills? Do you … Continue reading
Black Women’s Blueprint has posted to Facebook (here) and its blog (here) this “Open Letter from Black Women to the SlutWalk”: We the undersigned women of African descent and anti-violence advocates, activists, scholars, organizational and spiritual leaders wish to address … Continue reading
The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University has started a new blog (here). There have been a couple of posts in recent weeksthat might be of interest to readers of this blog. Drugs, Babies, Nursing … Continue reading
updated 6/24/11 In my remarks at the AALS workshop yesterday on the “Do’s and Don’ts of Blogging,” I didn’t get to shout out to all of the great feminist law profs who blog. There are many that I know about, … Continue reading
Written Description is a blog by Dr. Lisa Larrimore Ouellette. The blog reviews “Recent Scholarship on Patent Law, IP Theory, and Innovation.” (Dr. Ouellette also is a 3L at Yale Law School.) Today, Written Description features this post by Dr. Allison … Continue reading
Must we wait for women to be represented in classroom materials? I’m slightly ashamed to admit that it took me an entire year of law school before I figured out that I needed to use the Examples and Explanations books … Continue reading
The fabulous, creative women at Hollaback! have launched an ingenious iPhone app that brings technology to activism (and vice versa). We’ve blogged about Hollaback before (see, e.g., here). Here’s the organization’s description from its website (here): Hollaback! is a movement … Continue reading
Welcome to cyberspace, Masculinity U, “a new national initiative geared toward engaging young men in redefining masculinity and encouraging them in taking an equal role in ending gender violence.” The blog (here), run by Mr. Sacci Patel and Mr. Marc … Continue reading
Can you picture an ad for prostate cancer featuring a delicate, manicured hand squishing a dude’s junk?
That is the question posed at IBTP in a post excerpted below: It’s breast cancer awareness month! Awesome! There is much patriarchy to blame when it comes to breast cancer awareness month. Such as Komen. Komen, as I have declaimed … Continue reading
From the “Our Degrees” blog, this list of the 50 best blogs for following women’s rights: Feministing Women’s Rights at Change.org The Women’s Media Center Blog Sociological Images DCTC We Are The Real Deal Sadie Magazine Blog Name It. Change … Continue reading
The blog Girl With Pen is seeking assistance. See the job posting below. It’s been a little quite round here this summer. But we’re coming back in blazes come fall. And speaking of: Author and Founding Partner of She Writes Deborah … Continue reading
Music and politics writer Sara Marcus has published Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution (Harper Perennial, Paperback, 2010). Here’s the description from the book’s website: Riot Grrrl roared into the spotlight in 1991: an … Continue reading
Here’s a new blog launched by the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies based at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. The Institute has a vibrant register of activities and visitors thanks in large measure to the Canadian feminist law prof … Continue reading
Ms. launched a blog (here) this week. Blog categories include Arts, Global, Health, Justice, Life, Media, “Ms.cellany,” National, and Work. Inaugural posts that caught my eye include: Jihad Jane Upsets Notions of”White”and”Woman” Bishops, Keep Your Hands Off Health Care! Is … Continue reading
That is the question addressed by Bitch magazine in this article.
Welcome to the blogosphere, Voces Latinas (here)! Blog editors are Ediberto Roman, Steven Bender, Sylvia Lazos, Lydie Nadia Cabrera Pierce-Louis, Frank Valdes, Guadalupe Luna, Maria Lopez, Steve Ramirez, George Martinez, Leticia Saucedo, and Larry Cata Backer. Here is an excerpt … Continue reading
Here. Below is a short excerpt: Do you use the term â€˜bitch’ in your blog Angry Black Bitch to turn a negative on its head? I use the term bitch to reclaim and reframe. There is so much drama and … Continue reading
Here. Feministing has a fairly wide range of authors and posts. Because Jessica Valenti is one of the contemporary faces of feminism to a certain cohort of people, watching the linked interview is interesting and informative. –Ann Bartow
Here at Historiann.
For this. –Ann Bartow
Really informative, interesting post by this title here at the FWD/Forward blog.
The Feminist Law Students’ Association at the University of Toronto has started a blog (here): The Feminist Law Students’ Association at the University of Toronto is a group of law students whose overarching goal is to recognize and promote the … Continue reading
Read Roni’s thoughtful review over at Viva La Feminista.
Sexuality and cancer surgeries: what’s mine is yours, apparently at Historiann’s blog, and Why isn’t the Richmond gang rape being treated as a hate crime? at Reclusive Leftist. –Ann Bartow
From the HuffPo (incredibly enough): The Washington City Paper‘s Amanda Hess does a fine job in running down and refuting many of the extant arguments that carry a brief for Polanski. There’s the L.A. Times Patrick Goldstein’s “Polanski’s punishment is … Continue reading
That’s the theme of a new breast cancer “awareness” campaign, and Kate Harding is not amused. Here’s an excerpt from her fantastic post at Jezebel: … This boobtastic Rethink Breast Cancer ad “and a couple more like it,” according to … Continue reading
A post at Feminist Philosophers asks that question. Above is Vermeer’s “The Milkmaid” which is purportedly charged with erotic imagery related to the vulnerability of women with this social status. –Ann Bartow
Colleagues at the Violence Against Women Program of the VicHealth & La Trobe University (Australia) Partnership have launched a new website: XY Online. Here’s information from the site’s “About” page: XY is a website focused on men, masculinities, and gender … Continue reading
The WNBA’s Washington Mystic refuse to allow a KissCam beause they don’t want to show lesbians kissing.
Television shows love to show women kissing each other. The Washington Mystics, not so much.
The website iamdrtiller.com memorializes Dr. Tiller and honors the work of all who work for reproductive rights: Here you will find stories of individuals who have dedicated their lives to making abortion safe, legal, healthy, and accessible to women and … Continue reading
An illustrated overview of the Happily Ever After myth, monetized, here at StilettoRevolt. –Ann Bartow
Here, at Genderberg.
Compiled by Historiann: A Feminist Vade Mecum: Anger, by Historiann. Opting Out, by Dr. Crazy. On Pity, by Professor Zero. Independence, by Sutton. Trust Your Instincts, by Undine. No Apologies, by Exile in Academia. It’s okay if not everyone likes … Continue reading
Dr. Violet Socks lays it down here.
Threadbared is a blog by two academic women with teaching and research interests in the politics of fashion and beauty, incluing representations of race and class. Via.
“The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency: The Many Facets of Raced and Gendered Tele-Identity (Or, Nemos, Nomos and Narrative)”
New post by Feminist Law Prof Lolita Buchner Inniss, here.