Feminism

A Gentleman Jack of All Trades

Paper
Rebecca de Jongh
12/07/2021
15 minutes to read

The case of Anne Lister will show us how difficult it can be for a public figure to control their image. To establish how identity is fashioned, concepts of life writing and self-fashioning have been used to analyse Anne Lister's diaries.

How Madeleijn van den Nieuwenhuizen is changing Dutch media from within

Paper
Lola Vos
15/03/2021
12 minutes to read

Through digital vigilantis, media critic Madeleijn van den Nieuwenhuizen shares mistreatments in the Dutch media on her Instagram account "Zeikschrift." In this article, I analyse her Instagram account and the message it conveys.

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Doctor Who: Is there a female Doctor just to lure in young fans? (Chris Chibnall)

Review
Ananya Sen
20/01/2021
10 minutes to read

This review of the Thirteenth Doctor in Doctor Who discusses gender representation and its relation to fandom, and whether the move to cast a female Doctor was indeed a step in the right direction. 

Up Close and Personal with Wokies ASMR, your Virtual Girlfriend

Article
Inge van de Ven
22/01/2021
16 minutes to read

Meet Wokies ASMR, your Virtual Girlfriend. We can call her Jasmine. Jasmine is a creator of  ASMR girlfriend content on YouTube and OnlyFans. Inge van de Ven interviewed her for a forthcoming book chapter on digital intimacies.

Lady Bird and the Celebration of Womanhood (Greta Gerwig)

Review
Lola Vos
28/10/2020
7 minutes to read

Greta Gerwig's 2017 film Lady Bird is a celebration of femininity and its strongest point is the message it sends. The film signifies an important breakthrough in male-dominated Hollywood.

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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?