As an undergraduate in history of art at Cambridge, I remember struggling with the ‘feminist theory’ class. I found it hard to stomach what was being taught, which (it seemed) was concretely the rejection of all art which treated the female body as desirable. ‘Feminist’ art as it was presented to us seemed to embody anger and hate. Continue reading “Feminism, subjecthood and the right to desire”
I was touched at the warm response to my new articles published today on Grads.co.uk: You say over-qualified, I say under-qualified… and … Continue reading Libraries and jobs
I’ve written a new post for Grads.co.uk, called “It’s the little things…” about the experience of having a baby during … Continue reading It’s the little things…
When I used to live in France, I worked freelance for a while as an academic researcher, writer and editor … Continue reading Ethically dubious, intellectually satisfying…?