feminism

Women being watched by cameras

Women and online privacy: Understanding the privacy paradox

Paper
Rebecca de Jongh
07/09/2020
9 minutes to read

Women find themselves at a crossroads where their online presence could lead to empowerment or to added scrutiny. What is the privacy paradox and what happens to women when they face it?

Mariam Duranni

Diggit profile: Mariam Durrani

Interview
Jan Blommaert
11/02/2020

Mariam Durrani addresses globalized sexism, racism and injustice in her academic work as well as through a variety of other channels and media.

Challenging sexual objectification through 100 vulvas

Paper
Mijke Akkermans
20/01/2020
13 minutes to read

This paper addresses the phenomenon of women's sexual objectification in contemporary society, explored through Dodsworth's feminist artistic project and documentary 100 Vaginas (2019) and informed by Nussbaum's sexual objectification theory.

female armpit hair, normativity, foucault, body politics, discrimination,

Gabriela de la Vega on Female Armpit Hair - Babylon is Burning

Video
The Editors
17/11/2019

Visible Female armpit hair stirs emotions and feeds online hypes and debates.  Gabriela de la Vega started her research into female armpit hair by questioning the normality of 'shaving body hair' as a woman. 

female artists, underrepresentation

Why are female artists underrepresented?

Article
Floor Vink
12/04/2019
10 minutes to read

This article explains that because of absent social, cultural and practical conditions and because of gender stereotypes and other structures in a patriarchial society, females are underrepresented in art history. 

Orphan Black

Welcome to the Clone Club of Orphan Black (Graeme Manson and John Fawcett )

Review
Amber van As
22/05/2018
5 minutes to read

The science fiction series Orphan Black is all about human cloning and its consequences, which is still a controversial topic in science. This article provides a review of the impressive and informative series. 

Empress Theodora: A feminist at the dawn of the Middle Ages

Article
Nikos Papadopoulos
21/11/2018
11 minutes to read

We often think of feminism of something that started with the 19th century suffragette movements. This article, however, shows that ancient empress Theodora of Byzanthium was one of the precursors of modern-day feminism.