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Big Thanks to Rowman &Littlefield International

Big Thanks to Rowman &Littlefield International We’d like to say a massive thank you to  Rowman & Littlefield International who have awarded us a bursary to receive a complimentary delegate place for the CILIP Conference 2018. http://cilipconference.org.uk/ The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals

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New Acquisitions List – June 2018

Some Recent Acquisitions Laura Bates, Everyday sexism (Simon & Schuster) Liza Featherstone (ed.), False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton            (Verso) Elizabeth Crawford, Art and Suffrage (Francis Boutle) Laura Bates, Misogynation (Simon &

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Feminism & Tech Reading List

At our last Feminism & Tech day, we discussed a lot of interesting texts and films. Hope you enjoyed the discussion as much as we did. For those of you who missed it, here’s a short reading/watch list of what

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Help us fundraise – organise a Vagina Day!

Help us fundraise – organise a Vagina Day! Hold a sponsored vagina cupcake making party and support the Feminist Library. Groups around the country are taking part throughout 2018 and beyond. This new fundraising initiative will help keep the Library up and running.

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Library Acquisitions – April 2018

Library Acquisitions – April 2018 The acquisitions team is making good progress with getting new books to expand our collection. We would like to thank donors for their generous donations. We welcome your suggestions for new or recent titles to ask for,

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Gender and Mobility: A Critical Introduction by Anitta Kynsilehto and Elina Penttinen

Gender and Mobility: A Critical Introduction by Anitta Kynsilehto and Elina Penttinen. Rowman & Littlefield International, 2017. Review by Insyirah Ami Picking up this book, I was prepared for a heavy full-on academic reading on gender studies. Much to my surprise,

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Burn Whilst Reading: How to Grow Matches by S.A Leavesley

Burn Whilst Reading: How to Grow Matches by S.A Leavesley Review by Amy Deakin How to Grow Matches is a fiery retort to the silencing of women’s voices and bodies over the centuries. Despite the collection’s undercurrent of passionate rage

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Feminist Education Workshop – 30th June

Saturday 30th June, 1pm – 4pm Feminist Library We’re inviting all people involved in education at – academics, teachers and parents – and who believe that the curriculum should be more feminist, to help us start the process of thinking

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Art, Theatre & Women’s Suffrage Exhibition – 3rd – 31st July

Art, Theatre & Women’s Suffrage Exhibition 3rd – 31st July at the Feminist Library Note: Library is closed Sunday and Mondays, and opening times vary daily. Please check before visiting http://feministlibrary.co.uk/visit-us/ To coincide with the nation-wide commemoration of #Vote100 this year,

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Crafternoon: Vulva Drawing Workshop – 7th July

Creative drawing workshops to educate and celebrate vulvas… because dicks are everywhere. Saturday, 7th July, 12:30pm – 4:30pm Feminist Library No experience (or vulva) necessary. Free drop-in workshop with materials provided. Donations welcome in support of The Feminist Library. From

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