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Member of the Woman's Social and Political Union who advocated for women's right to vote

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Best podcasts about suffragettes

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Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab
Best of R&R Lab: Koa Beck

Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 66:56


We're still working on a new season of Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab for your listening pleasure, but while you wait, why not revisit some old favorites? We're proud to re-air this episode as we look back on the roots of this show.For pennies a day, you can become a patron of the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab podcast and join a growing global movement of feminist badasses dedicated to radically authentic, intentional, and interconnected feminism. If you've been secretly dreaming of joining our community, now is the time baby. Go to ContinuumCollective.org for more.___________________________________________________________________________________________________Joining us this week on the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab is Koa Beck, author of White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind. Our host, Jillian Foster, speaks with Koa about her work defining and identifying white feminism - or whatever else you want to call it: bourgeois feminism, corporate feminism, girl boss feminism - and how what threads it all together is the aspiration of whiteness. This episode digs into that and more as Koa shares her thoughts on mainstream women's media, the pattern of white women dictating national conversations on gender, and how unions protect the labor, the rights, and the pay equity of people (mainly women) who are often exploited. This conversation and Koa's work remind us that white feminism has been very seductive and powerful, but it doesn't mean we can't course correct. You've just got to reframe your feminist politics by bringing it back to basic needs.Connect with Koa:Instagram: @koabeckTwitter: @koalaniFB: Koa.Beck.AuthorJoin our movement for radically authentic, intentional, interconnected feminism inside Continuum Collective. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Art of the Cut
Crossing the 180 w/ "Passing" DP Eduard Grau

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 65:04


This week on the show Ron interviews Edu Grau, the director of photography for Rebecca Hall's black and white film "Passing." This is a film where the themes of the story about a light-skinned black woman, played by Ruth Negga, parallel the medium on which the story is told. Ruth's character is played opposite Tessa Thompson, herself a woman who could pass, but chooses not to (at least not permanently). Edu is a cinematographer with an impressive background, being one of the youngest people to be inducted into the ASC. At the young age of 27, he was given the opportunity to shoot fashion designer Tom Ford's feature directorial debut "A Single Man." Edu shares the incredible story of how that happened, how his career skyrocketed from there as he went on to DP for such films as "Buried," "Boy Erased," and "Suffragette," and became a sought-after commercial DP. If you want insights into directing an artistic black and white film shot in 4:3 aspect ratio at a time when the more "K's" you have in your camera the better, this is the interview for you. "This is not a job. This is a lifestyle." ~ Edu Grau on being a filmmaker -Edu Grau on Twitter -Ron on Twitter Crossing the 180 theme music "Gettin' Paid, Part II" by Alec's Band (CC BY) and curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

Woman's Hour
'Net zero' - what is the general public willing to do to get us there? Challenging online abuse; Suffragette trees

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 57:24


Last week, a whole new set of climate-related phrases entered the Oxford English Dictionary including global heating, eco-anxiety and net zero. But despite being increasingly used in conversation, do people really know what terms like 'net zero' mean - and what are the general public willing to do to get us there? Prof Becky Willis from Lancaster University set up a research project called the Net Zero Diaries to try and find out. She talks about the latest results along with Pearl, who took part in the study. Chloe Tilley is also joined by Aneaka Kellay from the People Powered Retrofit project, to discuss what people on all sorts of budgets can do to reduce the carbon emissions from their homes. Over a century ago suffragettes planted an arboretum of 47 trees in Batheaston, each representing an activist. Today only one tree survives – a black pine planted by suffragette Rose Lamartine Yates in 1909. We discuss the history of the “suffragette wood” and plans to propagate the seeds of the last surviving tree with Dr Cynthia Hammond and artist Lucy Neal. We speak to BBC Specialist Disinformation Reporter Marianna Spring who is appearing in front of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee this week to present the findings from her BBC Panorama investigation into the rising online abuse against women, and how social media algorithms are promoting hate. Presenter: Chloe Tilley Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Aneaka Kellay Interviewed Guest: Professor Becky Willis Interviewed Guest: Pearl Hassan Interviewed Guest: Dr Cynthia Hammond Interviewed Guest: Lucy Neal Interviewed Guest: Marianna Spring

Red Flag Radio
An alternative history of the suffragettes: a movement divided by class with Moira Leahy

Red Flag Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 48:11


On this episode we discuss the hidden class history of the suffragettes and the role of working class mass struggle in winning the vote. Too often the official histories of the suffrage movement brush over the bitter splits and divisions within both the campaign and the Pankhurst family. Roz is joined in discussion by veteran socialist Moira Leahy to uncover these important debates and discuss the politics of challenging sexism and fighting for socialism.    Reading How working class women won the vote by Judy Cox http://isj.org.uk/how-working-class-women-won-the-vote/  Sylvia Pankhurst - a rebel in the fight for votes by Isabel Ringrose - https://socialistworker.co.uk/art/50653/Sylvia+Pankhurst+++a+rebel+in+the+fight+for+votes  Hosted by Roz Ward. Produced by Liam Ward.  Music by Dan Kenny.  Subscribe to Red Flag newspaper - https://subscribe.redflag.org.au/  Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/redflagradiopodcast   

Witness History
The Greenham Common women's peace camp

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 14:45


The anti-nuclear weapons protest was the biggest women-led movement in the UK since the Suffragettes. It began in 1981 when Ann Pettitt from Wales organised a women-led peace march from the Welsh capital Cardiff to the airbase at Greenham Common, where American nuclear-tipped cruise missiles were being kept. A small group of women decided to set up camp outside the fences of Greenham Common to continue their protest. Women from all over the UK joined the demonstrations, some travelled from Europe and beyond to lend their support. At its peak, thousands of women camped around the base, and some form of protest camp remained for 19 years until all the nuclear weapons were moved and the airbase was decommissioned. It's now an open nature reserve. Ann Pettitt has been telling Rebecca Kesby why the women were prepared to leave jobs and families to sleep out in the cold to try to stop a nuclear war. Photo: Women from the Greenham Common peace camp blocking Yellow Gate into RAF Greenham Common , 1st April 1983 . (Photo by Staff/Reading Post/MirrorpixGetty Images)

Bah Humbug: A Christmas Movie Podcast with Helen O'Hara

In this episode of Women Vs Hollywood, Helen O'Hara is joined by economist Dr Sofia Izquierdo Sanchez, academic Susan Kemp, and actor Jessica Regan to talk about the gender pay gap between men and women in Hollywood. You'll hear about research into Hollywood's wage inequality, how society dictates the value we place on ourselves, and our guests' personal experiences of the gender pay gap. You can find our host, Helen O'Hara (she/her), on Twitter @HelenLOHara.You can also find Helen on The Empire Film Podcast.Comments? Questions? Talk about the show on your social media platform of choice using #WomenVsHollywood.Our Guests This Week Were:Dr Sofia Izquierdo Sanchez (she/her)Find out more about her work at https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/businessreview/2019/10/28/the-unexplained-25-wage-gap-between-male-and-female-hollywood-actors/ Susan Kemp (she/her): @kempiefilmy on TwitterFind out more about her work at https://susan-kemp.com/Jessica Regan (she/her): @itsjessregan on TwitterFind out more about her work at https://www.unitedagents.co.uk/jessica-regan This week's recommended films were:Hidden Figures (2016), directed by Theodore Melfi; Suffragette (2015), directed by Sarah GavronYou can purchase Women vs Hollywood in the UK, here: https://uk.bookshop.org/books/women-vs-hollywood-the-fall-and-rise-of-women-in-film/ You can purchase the audiobook of Women vs Hollywood on Audible in the UK, here: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Women-vs-Hollywood-Audiobook/ You can purchase the audiobook of Women vs Hollywood on Audible in the US, here: https://www.audible.com/pd/Women-vs-Hollywood-Audiobook/ You can pre-order Women vs Hollywood in the US, here: http://bookshop.org/books/women-vs-hollywood-the-fall-and-rise-of-women-in-film/ Host: Helen O'Hara (she/her)Producer: Maddy Searle (she/her)Executive Producers: Kobi Omenaka (he/him) and Ella Watts (she/her)Artwork: Steve Leard (he/him) Music: Jazz Apricot – Joey Pecoraro; Jazz Mango – Joey Pecoraro; Walk Through The Park – TrackTribe; On Hold For You by Kevin MacLeod - Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/6928-on-hold-for-you - License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license; Members Only – Track Tribe; Night on the Town - Track Tribe SFX: stefan021 via freesound.org Find out more about Stripped Media and our other shows on our website, here: https://stripped.media/our-podcasts/ If you enjoyed this episode, please consider giving us a five star review on iTunes or your Podcatcher of choice, and telling your friends and family about the show. Word of mouth is still the best way to market any podcast, and every little helps! From the whole team at Women vs Hollywood: thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Curiosity Daily
Overfeeding Dogs, Suffrajitsu, and Does Wind Affect Sound?

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 16:15


Learn how to avoid overfeeding your dog; whether wind affects sound; and how Suffrajitsu helped women win the right to vote. Please vote for Curiosity Daily in the 2021 Discover Pods Awards! We're a finalist for Best Technology & Science Podcast. Voting closes today, and it only takes a few seconds. Thank you! https://awards.discoverpods.com/vote/ More from Rodney Habib and Dr. Karen Shaw Becker: Pick up "The Forever Dog: Surprising New Science to Help Your Canine Companion Live Younger, Healthier, and Longer": https://foreverdog.com/about/ Dr. Karen Becker on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctor.karen.becker  Rodney Habib on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rodneyhabib  Follow @drkarenbecker on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drkarenbecker/  Follow @RODNEYHABIB on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RODNEYHABIB/  Follow @drkarenbecker on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drkarenbecker  Follow @rodneyhabib on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rodneyhabib  Rodney Habib on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXVR-WWoQ6J4kZNmPwdZkNQ/videos  Is sound affected by wind? by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from Oliver in Glen Ellyn, Illinois) Effect of Wind on Sound Transmission. (2018). Sciencing. https://sciencing.com/effect-wind-sound-transmission-23531.html  ‌softdb. (2019, May 14). The Effect of Wind and Temperature Gradients on Sound Waves | Soft dB. Soft DB. https://www.softdb.com/effect-of-wind-and-temperature-gradients-on-sound-waves/ More from this author. (2020, April 22). How Does The Speed Of Wind Affect Sound Waves Travelling Through It? Science ABC. https://www.scienceabc.com/pure-sciences/does-the-speed-of-wind-affect-how-fast-sound-waves-travel-through-it.html  ‌Why Is It So Loud Today? Understanding How Weather Affects Traffic Noise Levels in Your Community. (2015). https://wisconsindot.gov/Documents/doing-bus/eng-consultants/cnslt-rsrces/environment/trafficnoiseweather.pdf Wisconsin Department of Transportation. British women like Edith Garrud and Emmeline Pankhurst won the right to vote in part by using martial arts by Steffie Drucker women's suffrage | Definition, History, Causes, Effects, Leaders, & Facts | Britannica. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/woman-suffrage  ‌Ruz, C. (2015, October 5). “Suffrajitsu”: How the suffragettes fought back using martial arts. BBC News; BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-34425615  ‌Keegan, H. (2018, February 6). Everything you need to know about the awesome art of Suffrajitsu. Stylist; The Stylist Group. https://www.stylist.co.uk/visible-women/suffragettes-votes-for-women-suffrajitsu-fighting-ju-jitsu/188142  ‌Tao Tao Holmes. (2015, November 3). The Suffragettes Who Learned Martial Arts to Fight for Votes. Atlas Obscura; Atlas Obscura. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/suffrajitsu ‌ Did You Know? Suffragist vs Suffragette (U.S. National Park Service). (2020). Nps.gov. https://www.nps.gov/articles/suffragistvssuffragette.htm  ‌ How Mary Poppins Softened the Image of the Suffragette - JSTOR Daily. (2015, October 28). JSTOR Daily. https://daily.jstor.org/mary-poppins-softened-image-suffragette/  ‌Stevenson, A. (2018, December 11). Will the new Mary Poppins film acknowledge the suffragettes' success? The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/will-the-new-mary-poppins-film-acknowledge-the-suffragettes-success-106771  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Martial Arts Studies
On Suffragette Jujutsu, with Dr Emelyne Godfrey

Martial Arts Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:06


On Suffragette Jujutsu, with Dr Emelyne Godfrey. Also available as a video on the Martial Arts Studies YouTube Channel. Theme music, 'Eejeb', by Ronin E-Ville (http://ronineville.com) used with permission.

HistoryPod
10th October 1903: Foundation of Women's Social & Political Union, known as the Suffragettes

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021


Frustrated by the lack of progress made by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies from whom the group had split, the WSPU soon became known for its militant and sometimes violent actions under the motto ‘Deeds, not ...

Poured Over
Alix E. Harrow on THE ONCE AND FUTURE WITCHES

Poured Over

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 33:19


“Suffragettes, but witches.” That was the three-word pitch that Alix E. Harrow used to sell her very fun and very smart second novel, The Once and Future Witches, our newest Monthly Speculative Fiction pick. Alix joins us on the show to talk about portal fantasy, our fascination with fairy tales (and why we keep returning to them), being a messy reader and more. Featured books: The Once and Future Witches, The Ten Thousand Doors of January and A Spindle Splintered, all by Alix Harrow, Ammonite and Spear by Nicola Griffith, and Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke. Produced/hosted by Miwa Messer and engineered by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Sagas of She
Sagas of She After Dark (Votes for Women Part 2)

Sagas of She

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 58:51


In this podcast Emily takes us through the Suffragette movement in the US and how the fight for women's right left WOC in the dust. We now have merch! Click here Post on Ida B Wells here Find us on social media: Twitter: @sagasshe Instagram: @sagas_of_she Facebook: @sagasofshe Or contact us via our email at; sagasofshe@gmail.com If you enjoy our content, please consider becoming a Patron for more bonus content and early access here Intro Music- Skeleton Carnival by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Just Something About Her With Jennifer Palmieri
How White Feminism Created The #Girlboss with Koa Beck & Leigh Stein

Just Something About Her With Jennifer Palmieri

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 47:45


In the 2010s, #girlbosses ruled the world. But in the past few years, we've seen many of them publicly disgraced, accused of enabling toxic workplaces, and/or pushed out of the companies they founded. Koa Beck & Leigh Stein have both written extensively on the #girlboss phenomenon and the forces that enable her. Koa is the author of the book "White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind," and Leigh has written a number of books, including a satirical novel about two women founders called "Self Care." On this episode, Jennifer, Koa, and Leigh discuss the historical and cultural forces behind #girlboss, consider what led to her eventual downfall, and ask whether there's a better way to hold people accountable than erasing them from the business world completely. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

History Extra podcast
India's Suffragettes

History Extra podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 40:02


Between 1917 and 1947, a group of Indian women fought for their right to vote. Sumita Mukherjee discusses their campaign, and reveals how Suffragettes were connected both to India's wider struggle for independence, and women's suffrage movements across the world. (Ad) Sumita Mukherjee is the author of Indian Suffragettes: Female Identities and Transnational Networks(Oxford University Press, 2018). Buy it now from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Indian-Suffragettes-Identities-Transnational-Networks/dp/019948421X/?tag=bbchistory045-21&ascsubtag=historyextra-social-hexpod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Women of HERstory: A podcast
Marthe Gosteli: Swiss Suffragette and HERstorian

Women of HERstory: A podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 35:32


Marthe Gosteli is considered the primary architect for the Swiss women's right to vote. As the last country in the European Union that granted women the right to vote, Gosteli made it her primary objective to ensure that the contributions of the women of the movement wouldn't go without precognition and preservation. Her effects resulted in the creation of the Gosteli Foundation, an archive housing everything from pamphlets to diaries. www.ofherstory.com Instagram: @womenofherstorypodcast Twitter: @theherstorypod TikTok: @womenofherstory Facebook: Women of HERstory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/womenofherstorypodcast/support

Sagas of She
Sagas of She After Dark (Votes for women Part 1)

Sagas of She

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 67:42


In this podcast Gemma takes us through the Suffragette movement and it's fight to secure women the right to vote in the UK. A warning for mentions of sexual violence and forced feeding. We now have merch! Click here Find us on social media: Twitter: @sagasshe Instagram: @sagas_of_she Facebook: @sagasofshe Or contact us via our email at; sagasofshe@gmail.com If you enjoy our content, please consider becoming a Patron for more bonus content and early access here Intro Music- Skeleton Carnival by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Casey Cardinia Libraries' Book Matters Podcast
Episode 11: Tania Farrelly and Kerry McGinnis

Casey Cardinia Libraries' Book Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 50:29


This month we are joined by debut Australian author Tania Farrelly who's story The Eighth Wonder will transport you back to New York in 1897. A story described as The Suffragette meets The Greatest Showman  Tania has weaved a tale both exciting and empowering and she chats to Janine about her journey to publication.We are also lucky enough to talk with author Kerry McGinnis about her new book The Missing Girl. Kerry has worked as a shepherd, droving hand, gardener and stock-camp and station cook on the family property, Bowthorn, north-west of Mount Isa. She is the author of two volumes of memoir, Pieces of Blue and Heart Country, and the bestselling novels The Waddi Tree,Wildhorse Creek, Mallee Sky, Tracking North, Out of Alice, Secrets of the Springs, The Heartwood Hotel and The Roadhouse.  Reviews featured in this episodeLosing Kate by Kylie KadenA Room Made of Leaves by Kate GrenvilleHeartsick by Jessie StephensThe Forgotten Sister by Caroline BondSuspect by Robert Crais

Coffee, Current Events & Politics
No, I Don't Celebrate The 19th Amendment, And The Ones Before It Were Garbage, Too

Coffee, Current Events & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 8:37


I'm not sure what about the 19th Amendment I'm supposed to celebrate when it - and the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments before it - did little to guarantee unrestricted ballot access to Black people.

First Draft with Sarah Enni
The Buzzy Feeling With Chandler Baker

First Draft with Sarah Enni

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 58:50


First Draft Episode #318: Chandler Baker Chandler Baker, the New York Times bestselling author of Whisper Network talks about her latest feminist thriller, The Husbands. She is also the co-author with Wesley King of YA novel Hello (From Here), out September 7! Links to Topics Mentioned In This Episode: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis Lauren Oliver, New York Times bestselling author of Panic, the Delirium series, and Before I Fall John Green, #1 New York Times bestselling author of many young adult novels, including The Fault in Our Stars and Printz-winning Looking For Alaska, joins to discuss his new essay collection, The Anthropocene Reviewed. He is also one half of the vlogbrothers on YouTube and co-creator of educational series Crash Course. Listen to his First Draft interview here. Gayle Forman, #1 New York Times bestselling author of If I Stay and Where She Went, as well as We Are Inevitable, Frankie & Bug, and many more. Miss Snark Absolute Write (whose forum is back up now!) The Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrator's Blue Boards forum Full Fathom Five, the book packaging company run by James Frey Fair Play: A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live) by Eve Rodsky I Know How She Does It: How Successful Women Make the Most of Their Time by Lisa VanderKamp Nicola Yoon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Everything, Everything and The Sun Is Also a Star talks about her new YA, Instructions For Dancing and her brand new publishing venture: co-publisher of Joy Revolution, a Random House young adult imprint dedicated to love stories starring people of color. Listen to her First Draft interviews here and here. Kristen Wiig has bought the rights to adapt The Husbands

The Brand is Female
BONUS: Koa Beck | Journalist & Author, White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to influencers and Who They Leave Behind

The Brand is Female

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 49:28


In case you missed it, this week, we're re-airing one of our season's most popular episodes again! Meet Koa Beck, acclaimed author of the best-selling book ‘White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to influencers and Who They Leave Behind,' published in January. Koa is the former editor-in-chief of Jezebel, previously the executive director of Vogue.com and senior features editor at Marie Claire.com. To add to her impressive resumé, in 2019, Koa was was awarded the Joan Shorenstein Fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School, and she published an academic paper entitled “Self-Optimization in the Face of Patriarchy: How Mainstream Women's Media Facilitates White Feminism.” This became her jumping-off point and inspiration in writing White Feminist. In this eye-opening episode, Koa and Eva Hartling, discuss her book, and the way our society has commodified feminism and continues to systemically shut out women of colour.This season of The Brand is Female is brought to you by TD Bank - Women Entrepreneurs. TD is proud to support women entrepreneurs and help them achieve success and growth through its program of educational workshops, financing, and mentorship opportunities! Find out how you can benefit from their support!————Visit: TBIF: thebrandisfemale.com //TD Women Entrepreneurs: td.com/ca/en/business-banking/small-business/women-in-business //Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/thebrandisfemale

Rien ne s'oppose à midi - Matthieu Noël
Une colère manifeste : les badass du féminisme !

Rien ne s'oppose à midi - Matthieu Noël

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 87:50


Historiquement Vôtre réunit 3 badass du féminisme qui ont, chacune à leur époque, écrit un manifeste : la peintre et poétesse anglaise Mina Loy qui signe en 1914 son Manifeste féministe et ses écrits modernistes à contre-courant du mouvement des Suffragettes, Valérie Solanas, féministe radicale connue pour avoir tenté d'assassiner Andy Warhol, qui édite son Scum Manifesto dans lequel elle appelle, entre autre, à éradiquer l'homme. Et une figure contemporaine du féminisme : Virginie Despentes et son King Kong Théorie...

Debout les copains !
Une colère manifeste : les badass du féminisme !

Debout les copains !

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 87:50


Historiquement Vôtre réunit 3 badass du féminisme qui ont, chacune à leur époque, écrit un manifeste : la peintre et poétesse anglaise Mina Loy qui signe en 1914 son Manifeste féministe et ses écrits modernistes à contre-courant du mouvement des Suffragettes, Valérie Solanas, féministe radicale connue pour avoir tenté d'assassiner Andy Warhol, qui édite son Scum Manifesto dans lequel elle appelle, entre autre, à éradiquer l'homme. Et une figure contemporaine du féminisme : Virginie Despentes et son King Kong Théorie...

History Cafe
#60 After 1918 - the Secrets are Out - Ep 8 Secret History of Suffragettes

History Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 44:49


The reason we all believe Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst achieved women's votes in Britain is because that's the narrative created in the 20s and 30s by former suffragettes. The reality of what Emmeline and Christabel got up to post 1918 is shocking. Suffice it to say it involves racial purity and telling working women they can buy silk underwear, shapely shoes and fur hats, not by improving their working conditions but by giving into the feminine desire for shopping. What?

Oborne & Heller on Cricket
The hidden history of a huge success: women's cricket in Britain

Oborne & Heller on Cricket

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 52:24


The rise of women's cricket is one of the biggest sporting stories in modern Britain – but behind it is nearly 700 years of history. That is one of many surprises revealed by Rafaelle Nicholson, a leading authority on women and sport, in her book Ladies And Lords: A History Of Women's Cricket In Britain. She is the latest guest of Peter Oborne and Richard Heller in their regular cricket-themed podcast.Read the full description here: https://chiswickcalendar.co.uk/episode-60-the-hidden-history-of-a-huge-success-womens-cricket-in-britain/Get in contact by emailing obornehellercricket@outlook.com

History Cafe
Taster: #60 After 1918 - the secrets are out - Ep 8 Suffragettes

History Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 6:47


Taster for #60 - The reason we all believe Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst achieved women's votes in Britain is because that's the narrative created in the 20s & 30s by former suffragettes. The reality of what Emmeline and Christabel got up to post 1918 is shocking. Suffice it to say it involves racial purity and telling working women they can buy silk underwear, shapely shoes and fur hats, not by improving their working conditions but by giving into the feminine desire for shopping. What?

Wining About Herstory
Ep112. Nightingale of India & Cripple Suffragette

Wining About Herstory

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 74:33


This week's episode is brought to you by the letter H for happy light! After the ladies discuss the potential for overdosing on vitamin D light, Kelley tells the story of Sarojini Naidu, an activist for women's rights and an independent India who was tight with Gandhi, though you've never heard of her. Then, Emily tells the tale of Rosa May Billinghurst, a British suffragette who was disabled by polio as a child and used her wheelchair to mow down officers at suffrage demonstrations. Grab your protractor and rev up your self-propelled invalid chair, because it's time to wine about herstory!Promo from our friends at The Chaos-Cast! Find them wherever you listen to Wining About Herstory, Instagram  @chaospodcast & Twitter  @_chaospodcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/winingaboutherstory/overview)

First Draft with Sarah Enni
Other Possibilities For Our Lives With Doree Shafrir

First Draft with Sarah Enni

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 65:32


First Draft Episode #311: Doree Shafrir Doree Shafrir, co-host of the Forever35 podcast and author of Startup, joins us to talk about her debut memoir, Thanks For Waiting: The Joy (& Weirdness) of Being a Late Bloomer. This episode was brought to you by The Great Godden by Meg Rossof, out from Candlewick Press now. Read sample chapters here. Links to Topics Mentioned In This Episode: Harriett the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder Slate Gawker Ben Smith, founding editor in chief of Buzzfeed News and now a reporter on the media for the New York Times Acast, podcast network Carrie Frye, book editor Doree and Kate's column for InStyle

Women of HERstory: A podcast
Clara Campoamor: Spanish Politician/Suffragette

Women of HERstory: A podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 38:41


Clara Campoamor is regarded as the primary architect behind the Spanish woman's right to vote. Finding her passion later in life, she worked to make equality for all an attainable goal. She argued for women's voting rights in front of 470 men and just one woman (whom ended up arguing against Clara's call for equality). www.ofherstory.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/womenofherstorypodcast/support

Lady Curious
Dig Up a Golf Course

Lady Curious

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 68:06


In this week's episode, we travel back to the days of the Irish Suffragette Movement. Annaig explains the difference between suffragette and suffragist, the suffragette flag and a timeline of the incredible works of Anna Maria Haslam (né Fisher). Henna discusses the other Irish political movements at the time, mainly the push for Home Rule, and we learn how it overshadowed the suffragette movement considerably, even after women won the right to vote. Episode about the recent histories of Irish women (for context) - https://www.ladycurious.com/episodes/episode/4d084e2d/italian-keanu-reevesIf you, or anyone you know, is affected by the topics discussed in this episode or this lockdown, please visit Crisis helplines - https://www.3ts.ie/need-help/crisis-helplines/Substance abuse helpines - https://spunout.ie/help/service/drugs-alcohol-helplineDomestic/sexual/other abuse - https://spunout.ie/help/categories/abuse-support-servicesSources - https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/middle-east/israel-hits-gaza-with-air-strikes-for-second-time-in-three-days-1.4596987 https://www.nps.gov/articles/symbols-of-the-women-s-suffrage-movement.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Haslam https://www.nationalarchives.ie/topics/DWSA/DWSA_AH.pdf https://www.thejournal.ie/protest-james-joyce-house-of-the-dead-5467774-Jun2021/  https://www.historyireland.com/20th-century-contemporary-history/irish-suffragettes-at-the-time-of-the-home-rule-crisis/ https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/heritage/how-irish-women-won-the-right-to-vote-in-1918-1.3697389 Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/LadyCurious)

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
Ep 154 - Suffragette Succotash

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 81:40


Now that the US Mint is suddenly interested in putting “significant women” on coins, how much do we know about the first significant woman to be coined? Deborah L. Hughes from the National Susan B. Anthony House and Museum drops by to tell us about the iconic freedom fighter whose legacy is SO much bigger than a poorly-designed silver dollar. And speaking of valuable, tasty knowledge, it's time for the return of our Potluck Info Party! Also… some unexpected late-breaking news about those of you who played Oliver in “Oliver!” Guest Deborah L. Hughes President and CEO of The National Susan B. Anthony House and Museum House Band Ben Cassil: Guitar, harmonica, and kazoo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Speakola
Is it to be back to the kitchen? —Lenore Coltheart on Australian feminist Jessie Street's broadcast of 1944

Speakola

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 72:27


Jessie Street was a pioneering feminist in Australia, who fought for women's rights, equal pay, reproductive rights, as well as indigenous rights during an amazing 81 year life. She was one of the activists behind the changes in the 1967 referendum. Dr Lenore Coltheart is a historian who was employed by the Street family to update Jessie's autobiography and is now writing the first full blown biography of a great and  sometimes overlooked pioneer. There is no surviving audio for 'Is it to be back to the kitchen?' so it is read for this podcast by actor Blazey Best. The opening audio of Jessie Street speaking is from 'Women's Status in the United Nations Charter' recorded for the International Women's Radio League. Speakola now has a Patreon page which you can join If you want to offer regular support for as little as $3 per month. If it's easier, we also welcome donations in any format and any size, recurring or one off. Episode supported by GreenSkin™ and PurpleSkin™ avocados at https://greenskinavocados.com.au/. Please subscribe to the podcast, visit Speakola, and share any great speeches that are special to you, famous or otherwise. I just need transcript & photo /video embed. Speakola also has Twitter and Facebook feeds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab

Joining us this week on the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab is Koa Beck, author of White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind. Our host, Jillian Foster, speaks with Koa about her work defining and identifying white feminism - or whatever else you want to call it: bourgeois feminism, corporate feminism, girl boss feminism - and how what threads it all together is the aspiration of whiteness. This episode digs into that and more as Koa shares her thoughts on mainstream women's media, the pattern of white women dictating national conversations on gender, and how unions protect the labor, the rights, and the pay equity of people (mainly women) who are often exploited. This conversation and Koa's work remind us that white feminism has been very seductive and powerful, but it doesn't mean we can't course correct. You've just got to reframe your feminist politics by bringing it back to basic needs.Connect with Koa:Instagram: @koabeckTwitter: @koalaniFB: Koa.Beck.AuthorJoin our movement for radically authentic, intentional, interconnected feminism inside Continuum Collective. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Nightlife
The Week in History: Emily Wilding Davison

Nightlife

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2021 27:34


Emily Wilding Davison fought for votes for women in Britain in the early twentieth century with the suffrage movement.

London Walks
“I have a particular interest in the unsung stories in London”

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 13:52


Le Cours de l'histoire
Sécurité, sûreté, liberté, une histoire (4/4) : Des suffragettes au MLF, quand les femmes rendent coup pour coup

Le Cours de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 52:21


durée : 00:52:21 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit, Maïwenn Guiziou - C'est une histoire de dominants et de dominées, de droits à conquérir et de stéréotypes à renverser. Engagées corps et âmes pour leur émancipation, les suffragettes et les féministes ponctuent leur parcours d'actions rebelles, voire d'une violence au féminin, éminemment politique. Debout ! - réalisation : Milena Aellig, Eric Lancien - invités : Elsa Dorlin Philosophe, professeure de philosophie à Paris 8; Martial Poirson historien et économiste de la culture, professeur à Paris VIII.

Fancy Free Podcast
110. Lea Taylor Triumphantly Disgraces Herself in the Tesco Car Park

Fancy Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 45:17


Lea Taylor has SO many funny stories! The Tesco car park disgrace, figure-of-speech misunderstandings, close encounters with royal crotches, and a BUNCH more. You will LAUGH! We were introduced by Mary Turner Thomson. If you haven't heard her episodes, they. Are. FASCINATING!!!  64. Mary Turner Thomson Finds Out She's Married to a Bigamist, Con Man, and Psychopath Bonus 11. Mary Turner Thomson Tells Us More About Her Life Married to a Psychopath Listen to Lea's Podcast Here is Victoria Woods singing "Let's Do It." Here is the song that was playing as the plane took off from South America. Lea is loving: The British TV show Motherland The Podcast You're Dead to Me Lea Taylor is an author and professional storyteller; through her work she has stopped double decker buses on The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, chained herself to railings, dressed up as one of Mary Queen of Scots courtiers (try driving in a hooped dress, its a hoot!), she's ridden trams in Canada dressed as a Suffragette (toffee hammer to the ready!) and woven her own willow dogs for performances she has written. She's also trained Scottish Ministers to tell fairy tales! As an author life is just as bonkers only the scenarios are played out on the page. Find Lea: on Amazon, her book The House Beside the Cherry Tree: Motherhood Doesn't Come Easy on her website A Way With Stories on Twitter @leataylor5783 at The Book Whisperers Things to Know: Get your cozy clothes at ShelfieShoppe! Use code FANCYFREE for free shipping. Join Fancy Free's private Facebook Group! It's so much fun!  Click the Subscribe button so you don't miss a single episode! Leave a rating and written review! I will be forever grateful!!! If you have your own not-so-fancy story to tell, email me at notfancy@fancyfreepodcast.com! Do it. It'll be fun! The best way to help Fancy Free reach more listeners is to tell a friend about it. Share the laughter! Thanks so much for listening, have a great week, and remember NO ONE is as fancy as they look! ~Joanne

We Explain Movies
73. We Wrap Round 10

We Explain Movies

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 57:41


Round 10 Wrap-Up. The premise of the show: Two or one of us explain a movie to the other two or one of us-- in its entirety! This week, the girls update you on their viewings of Greenland, Divergent, Suffragette, & Boogie Nights. We will kick off Round 11 next week! For spoiler time-stamps and episode chapters, check out our Instagram and Twitter @WeExplainMovies. Episode Chapters: 1:30 Listener questions! 21:20 Discussion of Round 10 Movies --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weexplainmovies/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weexplainmovies/support

Women of HERstory: A podcast
Amelia Jenks Bloomer: Suffragette/Activist/Writer

Women of HERstory: A podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 33:33


Have you ever heard of "bloomers"? The loose pants gathered around the ankle, worn usually under a dress or skirt? Amelia Jenks Bloomer wrote about a new, more practical outfit for women in her newspaper, The Lily, published, written, and produced by women FOR women, and the outfit soon took on the name "bloomers". Amelia was a dedicated women's rights activist who was always looking to connect women together to help further the cause, including introducing Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herstory123/support

Debout les copains !
Une colère manifeste : les badass du féminisme !

Debout les copains !

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 81:44


Historiquement Vôtre réunit 3 badass du féminisme qui ont, chacune à leur époque, écrit un manifeste : la peintre et poétesse anglaise Mina Loy qui signe en 1914 son Manifeste féministe et ses écrits modernistes à contre-courant du mouvement des Suffragettes, Valérie Solanas, féministe radicale connue pour avoir tenté d’assassiner Andy Warhol, qui édite son Scum Manifesto dans lequel elle appelle, entre autre, à éradiquer l’homme. Et une figure contemporaine du féminisme : Virginie Despentes et son King Kong Théorie...

Book Gossip Podcast
Girl Power (circa 1912)

Book Gossip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 51:16


In this mini episode we recap our viewing of the 2015 film Suffragettes and dive into the lives of the women the movie is based on.Sources:Suffragette 2015 filmhttps://www.parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/transformingsociety/electionsvoting/womenvote/overview/startsuffragette-/ https://www.biography.com/news/suffragette-movie-history https://spartacus-educational.com/Wfreedom.htm 

34 Circe Salon -- Make Matriarchy Great Again -- Disrupting History
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women - Teresa Jusino

34 Circe Salon -- Make Matriarchy Great Again -- Disrupting History

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 61:38


Who doesn't love Wonder Woman? We all love the mighty Amazon! So join us for a fun and lively discussion with writer Teresa Jusino as we talk about this matriarchal superhero and the film which tells the story of her creation, "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women." William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, was a Harvard psychologist who co-created the lie detector. With his two life partners, psychologist Elizabeth Holloway Marston and psychology student Olive Byrne, the trio pursued a stable polyamory lifestyle and a continual quest of spread the gospel of matriarchy to the world. Elizabeth was a gifted scholar in her own right and created the lie detector alongside William. Olive was also a student of psychology and part of a lineage of Suffragettes-- her aunt was Margaret Sanger. Elizabeth and Olive had their own amazing relationship with each other which lasted several decades after William's death. An incredible story behind the creation of an incredible hero... Wonder Woman!

Whiskey And Wonder
S1E29 - Suffragettes

Whiskey And Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 88:42


This week, Tyler & Megan learn about the Women’s Suffrage Movement in the United Kingdom. While learning this week, the two will be sampling a bourbon by Seven Jars Distillery, a local Charlotte distillery. The bourbon is the Ava Gardner Select bourbon, one of only 3,600 bottles produced!   As always, thank you so much for your support! Don't drink and drive!   Places you can find us: whiskeyandwonder.com Instagram: @whiskeypodcast or @whiskey.tyler or @whiskey.megan YouTube: Whiskey & Wonder Twitter: @whiskeyandwonde or @tyler_whiskey Email: contact@whiskeyandwonder.com tyler@whiskeyandwonder.com megan@whiskeyandwonder.com  Facebook: facebook.com/whiskeyandwonder Paypal: paypal.me/whiskeyandwonder Patreon: patreon.com/whiskeyandwonder   If you have a drinking problem, reach out to the folks at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

Gadfly
Victoria Woodhull - Part 4

Gadfly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 64:04


Hey, y'all! Welcome back to the final chapter of our deep dive into the life of Victoria Woodhull. In this episode she runs for president, runs for president again, and then gets really into eugenics.

No Dumb Answers with Mark & Brad
Bad B*tches Doing Jiu-Jitsu

No Dumb Answers with Mark & Brad

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 57:06


The crew talk about the badass women of the Suffragettes, getting parents high, and NFT talk in Crypto Corner on this episode of No Dumb Answers with Mark & Brad! This episode is sponsored by DoorDash (For a limited time, get 25% off and zero delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more when you download the DoorDash app and enter code ANSWERS.)

Gadfly
Victoria Woodhull - Part 3

Gadfly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 58:52


Hey, y'all! We are back with part 3 in the adventures of our current favorite suffragette, Vickie California. In this episode, Victoria continues to run for president, all while getting into one intense feud with the most famous family in America: the Beechers.

Your Queer Story: An LGBT Podcast
139: Suffragettes & Temperance

Your Queer Story: An LGBT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 53:50


Hey #Queerstians, this episode was our first attempt at recording virtually. Sorry in advance! Today we are continuing our topic for March, which is covering various groups and movements that contributed to women’s rights in America. While it is not necessary to listen or review the previous episodes in our series, we do encourage that you follow along in order. Our March episodes are built on a loose, chronological order of events beginning in 1826 and running through the movements of today. In order to best understand how we have arrived at today’s so-called radicalism, it is important to understand how each movement has built on those of the past. But with that in mind, wherever you are in our series, we welcome you to this year’s celebration of Women’s History Month. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yourqueerstory/message

The Brand is Female
Koa Beck | Journalist & Author, White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to influencers and Who They Leave Behind

The Brand is Female

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 49:28


"Power has been so successful at denigrating women. It's a specific pattern of patriarchy in terms of taking us away from one another. So what happens to you is something incredibly shameful that you must carry alone; an NDA may be put in front of you, and the threats are always personal. They threaten your economic security. The fact that you're violated and you're met with threats indicates what they're afraid of." This week's guest on The Brand is Female is Koa Beck, acclaimed author of the best-selling book ‘White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to influencers and Who They Leave Behind,' published in January. Koa is the former editor-in-chief of Jezebel, previously the executive director of Vogue.com, and senior features editor at MarieClaire.com. To add to her impressive resumé, in 2019, Koa was was awarded the Joan Shorenstein Fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School, and she published an academic paper entitled “Self-Optimization in the Face of Patriarchy: How Mainstream Women's Media Facilitates White Feminism.” This became her jumping-off point and inspiration in writing White Feminist. In this eye-opening episode, Koa and Eva Hartling, discuss her book, and how our society has commodified feminism and continues to systemically shut out women of colour.This season of The Brand is Female is brought to you by TD Bank - Women Entrepreneurs. TD is proud to support women entrepreneurs and help them achieve success and growth through its program of educational workshops, financing, and mentorship opportunities! Find out how you can benefit from their support!————Visit: TBIF: thebrandisfemale.com //TD Women Entrepreneurs: td.com/ca/en/business-banking/small-business/women-in-business //Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/thebrandisfemale

I Don't Know Her
ACTIVIST: Belva Ann Lockwood

I Don't Know Her

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 101:12


At the jump, the hosts discuss murder shows--why we like them & why they're problematic. Then Amanda tells the story of Belva Ann Lockwood, educator, activist, attorney & the first woman to run for U.S. President.  If you'd like to support us, please follow us on social media, subscribe to our Patreon, or purchase our merch! You can find all of them on our Linktree.

RHLSTP with Richard Herring
RHLSTP 317 - Iszi Lawrence

RHLSTP with Richard Herring

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 73:24


#317 Sex Whisk - Richard has been in a Total Recall machine (or something like that) but is worried about the manufacturer. His guest has cut her own hair and has thought a lot of Star Trek TNG, it’s the brilliant Iszi Lawrence. They discuss Doctor Who self-fellatio, teenage Jesus and his crazy pranks, the little known but most prolific serial killer possibly in the world, but definitely in Reading and Elizabeth I’s crazy ass signature. Plus what happens when your balls might kill you and the martial arts skills of the Suffragettes.Catch up on all Iszi’s podcast and her book by checking out her website - https://iszi.com/SUPPORT THE SHOW!Watch our TWITCH CHANNELBecome a badger and see extra content at our WEBSITESee details of the RHLSTP TOUR DATESBuy DVDs and Books from GO FASTER STRIPE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Gender: A Wider Lens Podcast
9 - The Politicization of Gender

Gender: A Wider Lens Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 65:10


How and when did gender become such a heightened political issue? And what are the psychological implications for individuals and the collective? The origins of feminism, the LBG liberation movement, and the emerging transgender movement are explored within a psychological and cultural framework Links: Books  Beauvoir, Simone de (2009) [1949]. The Second Sex. Trans. Constance Borde and Sheila Malovany-Chevallier. Random House. Simone de Beauvoir wrote that "the first time we see a woman take up her pen in defense of her sex" was Christine de Pizan in Epitre au Dieu d'Amour (Epistle to the God of Love) in the 15th century.     Friedan, Betty (1963). The Feminine Mystique. W.W.Norton & Company.    French, Marilyn (1977) The Women's Room. Simon & Schuster    Stryker, Susan (2009-01-07). https://books.google.com/books?id=KLRuDgAAQBAJ&pg=PT128 (Transgender History). Da Capo Press     Bailey, Michael (2003). The Man Who Would Be Queen: The Science of Gender Bending and Transsexualism. Joseph Henry Press    American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental   disorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.  Articles    10 reasons american politics are so divided:   https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2015/01/07/the-top-10-reasons-american-politics-are-worse-than-ever/ (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2015/01/07/the-top-10-reasons-american-politics-are-worse-than-ever/)    Conversion therapy bans:   https://www.lgbtmap.org/equality-maps/conversion_therapy (https://www.lgbtmap.org/equality-maps/conversion_therapy)    Tumblr: A Call Out Post:   https://4thwavenow.com/2019/03/20/tumblr-a-call-out-post/ (https://4thwavenow.com/2019/03/20/tumblr-a-call-out-post/)    The Controversy Surrounding the Man Who Would Be Queen (Michael Bailey's book):  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3170124/    Film   Suffragette (2015) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFoQt5vsgnQ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFoQt5vsgnQ)    Media  Julie Bindel, 2004 article in the Guardian:  https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jan/31/gender.weekend7 (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jan/31/gender.weekend7)     Kimberly Nixon and the Vancouver Rape Relief Centre: Rupp, Shannon (February 3, 2007). https://thetyee.ca/News/2007/02/03/Nixon/ ("Transsexual Loses Fight with Women's Shelter"). The Tyee: https://thetyee.ca/News/2007/02/03/Nixon/ (https://thetyee.ca/News/2007/02/03/Nixon/)     Michigan Womyn's Music Festival:  https://www.facebook.com/michfest/posts/10153186431364831 (https://www.facebook.com/michfest/posts/10153186431364831)  https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2009/03/02/lesbian-nation (https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2009/03/02/lesbian-nation)     Ken Zucker:  https://www.thecut.com/2016/02/fight-over-trans-kids-got-a-researcher-fired.html (https://www.thecut.com/2016/02/fight-over-trans-kids-got-a-researcher-fired.html)     Michael Bailey: https://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2961&context=journal_articles (https://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2961&context=journal_articles)     The DSM, gender dysphoria, Ray Blanchard: https://ph.news.yahoo.com/meet-bold-sexologist-questioning-transgender-103022519.html (https://ph.news.yahoo.com/meet-bold-sexologist-questioning-transgender-103022519.html)     WPATH, Standards of Care, Version 7, Coleman et al., (2012),   http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15532739.2011.700873 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15532739.2011.700873)    World Health Organization. (2018). ‘International Classification of Diseases: Gender   incongruence... Support this podcast

All the Books!
E292: New Releases and More for January 5, 2021

All the Books!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 39:28


This week, Liberty and Danika discuss Outlawed, The Heiress, Black Buck, and more great books. Pick up an All the Books! 200th episode commemorative item here. Subscribe to All the Books! using RSS, iTunes, or Spotify and never miss a beat book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: Outlawed by Anna North The Heiress: The Revelations of Anne de Bourgh by Molly Greeley Picnic In the Ruins by Todd Robert Petersen After the Rain by Nnedi Okorafor, John Jennings, David Brame (Illustrator)  Black Buck by Mateo Askaripour Goldie Vance: The Hocus-Pocus Hoax by Lilliam Rivera and Brittney Williams To Be Honest by Michael Leviton Be Dazzled by Ryan La Sala  Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant  WHAT WE’RE READING: Savage Beard of She Dwarf by Kyle Latino My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: The Prophets by Robert Jones, Jr.  The Eagles of Heart Mountain: A True Story of Football, Incarceration, and Resistance in World War II America by Bradford Pearson  Every Body: An Honest and Open Look at Sex from Every Angle by Julia Rothman  Spring Stinks (Mother Bruce Series) by Ryan T. Higgins West End Girls: A Novel by Jenny Colgan Featherhood: A Memoir of Two Fathers and a Magpie by Charlie Gilmour  Single and Forced to Mingle: A Guide for (Nearly) Any Socially Awkward Situation by Melissa Croce Night Bird Calling by Cathy Gohlke  Social Chemistry: Decoding the Patterns of Human Connection by Marissa King The Push by Ashley Audrain Love Songs for Skeptics: A Novel by Christina Pishiris The Art of Falling: A Novel by Danielle McLaughlin  Pickard County Atlas: A Novel by Chris Harding Thornton  White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind by Koa Beck Better Luck Next Time: A Novel by Julia Claiborne Johnson  Peacemaker by Joseph Bruchac Not My Boy by Kelly Simmons  The Life I’m In by Sharon G. Flake The Quantum Weirdness of the Almost-Kiss by Amy Noelle Parks The Shadow by Melanie Raabe, Imogen Taylor (translator) Root Magic by Eden Royce Roman and Jewel by Dana L. Davis  Siege of Rage and Ruin (The Wells of Sorcery Trilogy Book 3) by Django Wexler  The Hearing Trumpet by Leonora Carrington, Olga Tokarczuk Glimpsed by G.F. Miller  The Awakening of Malcolm X by Ilyasah Shabazz, Tiffany D. Jackson City of Schemes (A Counterfeit Lady Novel Book 4) by Victoria Thompson  The Trouble with Good Ideas by Amanda Panitch Bone Canyon (Eve Ronin Book 2) by Lee Goldberg  A Deadly Fortune: A Novel by Stacie Murphy The Sea Gate by Jane Johnson Baseball’s Leading Lady: Effa Manley and the Rise and Fall of the Negro Leagues by Andrea Williams Beginners: The Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning by Tom Vanderbilt  Crown of Bones by A.K. Wilder Lore by Alexandra Bracken  When You Look Like Us by Pamela N. Harris The Fortunate Ones by Ed Tarkington The Sea in Winter by Christine Day Exercised: Why Something We Never Evolved to Do Is Healthy and Rewarding by Daniel Lieberman   Slash And Burn by Claudia Hernández, Julia Sanches (translator) Our Darkest Night: A Novel of Italy and the Second World War by Jennifer Robson The Night Lake: A Young Priest Maps the Topography of Grief by Liz Tichenor S.O.S.: Society of Substitutes #1: The Great Escape by Alan Katz, Alex Lopez  Unsolaced: Along the Way to All That Is by Gretel Ehrlich Here Lies a Father by Mckenzie Cassidy Persephone Station by Stina Leicht The Wife Upstairs: A Novel by Rachel Hawkins  A Crooked Tree by Una Mannion Driven: The Race to Create the Autonomous Car by Alex Davies Influence by Sara Shepard and Lilia Buckingham I Just Wanted to Save My Family by Stéphan Pélissier and Adriana Hunter  A Lie Someone Told You About Yourself by Peter Ho Davies Stay Safe (Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry) by Emma Hine The Portrait: A Novel by Ilaria Bernardini Unplugged by Gordon Korman The Butterfly House by Katrine Engberg One of the Good Ones by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite The Truth of Yoga: A Comprehensive Guide to Yoga’s History, Texts, Philosophy, and Practices by Daniel Simpson Eyes That Kiss in the Corners by Joanna Ho and Dung Ho See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.