Category Archives: Feminist Blogs Of Interest
Bloggers at Hoyden About Town, an eclectic, Australia-based feminist blog, have bestowed their Femmostroppo Awards for the best blog posts of 2007. No, correct that. It is not a list of “best” feminist blog posts, but a list of what … Continue reading
That’s the title of a recent post by Historiann. Not a post to read if you are burned out on politics, or if you think Clinton is the Antichrist. It doesn’t do any Obama bashing, FWIW. –Ann Bartow
Over at Faux Real, Lauren makes some important observations about the timing of the NARAL endorsement of Obama. In a few minutes I leave on a trip that will take me off the grid, so I am not going to … Continue reading
At Meta Watershed, with very colorful and sometimes amusing graphics! Breaking News update: a new Carnival of (unmodified) Feminists, the 58th, is up as well, here!
That’s the title of a NYT article about “Mad Pride,” featuring the awesome blogger Liz Spikol, and USC (the other USC) law prof Elyn Saks, here. Below are two excerpts: … About 5.7 million Americans over 18 have bipolar disorder, … Continue reading
Jenn at Reappropriate has the details. Copy of credit report Report with no credit card Credit report fico scores Credit report in canada Bad credit cards instant approval Credit cards instant approval number given Instant approval employment verification credit cards … Continue reading
Nicole Black’s blog by this name is fantastic. Rather than cherry picking a few links, let me just recommend you go there and browse. –Ann Bartow
McAfee’s article is accessible here, via the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2005. McAfee writes at her blog: An article of mine that I wrote a few years ago,”Two Feminisms,”found a new life as the subject of … Continue reading
Nicole Black notes that Volokh Conspiracy readers have been dumping all over Dahlia Lithwick. She writes: Volokh Conspiracy readers can’t help themselves. When a women lawyer is as successful at what she does as Dahlia Lithwick, they simply have … Continue reading
Historiann has an interesting post with this title here. She notes that “women victimizing women” surfaces as a problem. She also trenchantly observes that academics can work around bullies easier than people in other occupational environments, writing: The only exception … Continue reading
Professors in cyberspace are receiving some unflattering attention (blogged here), but being a prof on Facebook and other social networking sites does not automatically put one in the Faculty Who Share Too Much Information category. I find Facebook an easy … Continue reading
Feminist Law Prof Lisa Pruitt (UC Davis) has a new blog, Legal Ruralism. Professor Pruitt’s article, Towards a Feminist Theory of the Rural (available here) was published in the Utah Law Review last year. Here is a portion … Continue reading
I’m a blogger over at Wal-Mart Watch. I’m writing to pass along a video we’ve put together from footage of a 1995 Wal-Mart managers meeting. As you’ll see in the video, someone decided it would be a great idea to … Continue reading
A powerful call at “Diary of An Anxious Black Woman” to get radical about HIV/AIDS. Below is a short excerpt: … Unlike gay men in the ’80s, who broke the silences surrounding their sexuality – promoting condom use through newsletters … Continue reading
Remember the feminist analysis of marriage? I bet your students don’t! They have grown up believing that the only problem with marriage is that same-sex couples are denied it and that the only family law problem facing gay men and … Continue reading
See Diary of an Anxious Black Woman for her “Super Post” on this topic. While you are there, read through ABW’s many excellent recent posts, especially her “Black Herstory” series.
That isn’t exactly the title of this terrific post at Shakesville, but that’s some of the important territory it covers. Written by Melissa McEwan, a fantastic feminist blogger.
That’s the name of an excellent new blog written and administered by Nicole Black. Recent posts of interest include: Study: Gender gap in law students’ goals and Closing the LSAT Gender Gap. Check it out!
Dear Fellow Feminist Law Professors, I warmly invite you to visit the women’s bioethics blog which is part of the women’s bioethics project and is a group effort of law professors, bioethicists, health care professionals and health policy experts who … Continue reading
Both at Diary of an Anxious Black Woman: Saartjie Baartman: The “Hottentot Venus” and Speaking of the “Hottentot Venus,” Is This Supposed to Be Positive?
A Cherokee-centric blog about tribal law, good native governance and education. Hosted by Feminist Law Prof Stacy Leeds!
In this essay, Faludi reviews, “THIRTY WAYS OF LOOKING AT HILLARY: REFLECTIONS BY WOMEN WRITERS,” edited by Susan Morrison. It starts out: Let’s imagine this book’s concept:30 well-known women writers talk about how they”feel”about Hillary Clinton:applied to 30 male writers … Continue reading
At One Good Thing, Flea, a native of South Carolina, posted about a domestic violence situation here that touched her personally. And she captured in a sentence how I feel about this state most days when she wrote: I think … Continue reading
Read Historiann’s Little thoughts on biography and women’s history. Actually, you just read her blog from cover to cover, it’s great.
Feminist (and University of South Carolina) Law Prof Danielle Holley-Walker talks about her primary blog, SCBlackPress, and the upcoming SC Democratic Primary on the NPR program”News and Notes”hosted by Farai Chideya. You can listen to the broadcast here.
52nd Carnival of Feminists at Figure: Demystifying the Feminist Mystique. 10th Carnival of Radical Feminists at Femtique: a feminist critique of pop media.
Today I visited the (relatively) new Sociological Images blog run by Professor Lisa D. Wade at Occidental College. Professor Wade says in one post: What with the kids these days being all media-saturated and all, a good image is … Continue reading
In this post Sokari at Black Looks recommends two books: A Citizen’s Reflections on Race, Violence and Power by Cynthia Boaz Remembering Celia, 19 & enslaved: hanged Friday 21st, 1855