Dancing between anger and love: Reflections on feminist activism

Injustice should be greeted with protest and careful, courageous strategic action. But the end goal must remain always in view: as King said so simply: “A world where men and women can live together.” Building such a world takes intelligence, control, and a spirit of generosity. That spirit has many names: Greek philophrosunḕ, Roman humanitas, biblical agapḕ, African ubuntu – a patient and forbearing disposition to see and seek the good rather than to harp obsessively on the bad (Nussbaum, 2016: 249-250)

Snaptivism: A collective biography of feminist snap as affective activism*

A wedding memory*

I am one with the chair and the chair becomes one with me. It compliments my body; supports my lower back and so I find myself sitting – and very comfortably seated.

Powerful writing

Preamble – Alison Pullen

Powerful writing as writing ‘with’

Towards powerful queer-feminist academic writing

Sensing feminism


Note on a work life (qualifying as a new sport for the Olympic Games): When performance management and contemporary work life are in perfect harmony


I often wonder whether contemporary work life could qualify as a distinct sports event for the Olympic Games? Once in a while, I catch a glimpse of indications that this might be the case. This note is an allegory of contemporary work life as an elite sport told by high profiled management consultants.


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