In Search of a More Feminist Science

The facts are what will empower us to transform society for the better, into one that treats us as equals. Not just because this makes us civilized but because, as the evidence already shows, this makes us human.

Finding a Voice in Turbulence

There is very little differentiation between the personal and the political in Yasmine El Rashidi’s novel “Chronicle of a Last Summer.”

Facing Our Pasts and Ourselves

“SJ Sindu was born in Sri Lanka and raised in Massachusetts, much like the narrator of her debut novel Marriage of a Thousand Lies.”

Solidarity, Sisterhood and Erotic Stories

Part mystery, part romance and part comedy, “Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows” captures the complexity of an immigrant experience—and the empowerment one can find in celebrating their own identity.

What It Meant To Be A Woman

“The Hidden Lives of Tudor Women” is part social history, part biography—tracing the lives, loves, obstacles, triumphs and struggles of the Tudor Everywoman from prophetesses to entrepreneurs to queens, nuns and wives.

Leading By Example: Learning “The Art of Tough” from Barbara Boxer

“One goal of this memoir is to inspire people to fight for change,” Barbara Boxer, former Democratic U.S. Senator from California, writes in her recently-released book. “It takes what I call the Art of Tough and I’ve had to do it all my life.”

6 Poetry and Prose Collections Feminists Should Read This Summer

Now more than ever, poets and prose writers have been creating work that advocates for social justice, provides a space for important voices to be heard and moves readers with their powerful language.

Q&A: Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls and Why Children’s Books Need Feminism

“The dedication that we have in one of the first pages of the book is the essence of the message that we want to convey. It says: ‘To all the rebel girls of the world, dream bigger, aim higher, fight harder.'”

10 Feminist Books to Read This Summer

Looking for a summer read? We recommend these 10 books featured in our Summer 2017 issue.

Architecting Your Life: A Response to Ivanka Trump

Trump tells us that her book is a “manual for architecting the life you want to live.” As an architect, I have some suggestions for her.

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