Even if you aren’t convinced by the theories of Paul de Man or Roland Barthes, it seems (at least to me) hard to deny that we can’t define a feminist aesthetic purely through negation. If we’re going to affirm that artists have moral responsibility in their art, it is not enough to simply address a trillion particulars and deem this or that “misogynist.” If we’re going to be prescriptive, then we have to be specific. What is a feminist aesthetic?
In order to achieve gender parity in theatre we need to get all theatres involved (not just self-branded "feminist" companies)
On January 12 I flew to Cairo, Egypt, as part of the Theatre Centre’s Tracy Wright Global Archive commissioning project.
Laakkuluk: Hi gang! Matthew: Hi Laakkuluk. Amy: Hi Y'all. Laakkuluk: Shall we get right at it? How, if at all, is your work connected to the world...
I'm writing this from my phone at Railay beach in Krabi. Overlooking a sunset and crowds of mainly white westerners who, like me, have spent money to be not home. I'm typically conflicted about these trips.
The most important use of democracy is to overcome censorship; even more important is to overcome self-censorship.
I tackle two moments in this week that was where the democratization - for better or worse – of media was in full bloom.
Now is the time to transform our Federal upper-house into an institution that truly prizes higher thought.
Is there something about this process or approach that is inherently feminist?
A feminist advocates or supports the rights and equality of women- according to wiki