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Cathy Fitzgerald discusses new terms 'ecopornography', 'slow violence' and their usefulness in thinking about the cultural represe...
Amy implores the writer to locate meaning in any of the least likely places: "If wind and rain and time knock limbs from the trees...
InContext explores Jung Chang's Wild Swans as a testament not only to the personal as political but also as this biography-memoir ...
inContext looks at Louise DeSalvo's On Moving, an account of the author's moves and those of other writers throughout history.
inContext looks at Barbara Ehrenreich's essay "A Uterus is Not a Substitute for a Conscience" from her book This Land is Their Lan...
In her essay, "Owning Up to Abortion," Barbara Ehrenreich warns “the freedoms that we exercise but do not defend, or even acknow...
Kate and Marina give a sneak preview of books inContext will cover in 2012 and share their personal reading lists to let readers k...
With this twist on year-end top ten lists, Kate shares titles, her reaction to and publication information about books she read in...
inContext considers Elaine Hall's, Now I See the Moon, which Kate describes as "a testament to one woman’s strength and sense of...
If you need some inspiration, some hope, then Brick by Brick is sure to please. Most assuredly, the path Lynn took was no yellow b...
inContext considers the silencing of a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader as yet another instance when women are instructed to be "seen an...
Feminist scholars are often quoted in the lay press claiming ours as a “rape culture.” The basis for this is argued and often ...
inContext considers extreme diets of models: "I suppose there is some solace in Victoria’s Secret referring to these women as 'A...
This week's post is about interactions between grandmothers and grandchildren.
The world population hit 7 billion this week. inContext considers comments made by the United Nations Population Fund Executive Di...