A good exploration of the dichotomies between Eastern and Western feminism and the ability of Western feminism and Eastern traditions to both positively and negatively influence gender practices in India. An excellent in-depth examination of the history of feminist issues …

BOOK REVIEW: Dislocating Cultures: Identities, Traditions, and Third-World Feminism by Uma Narayan Read more »

Modest Fashion presents an interesting collection of essays by several authors discussing the nuances of modest dressing subcultures across religions, particularly in the digital age. Opening with a look into Islamic online fashion alongside research that navigates the religious authority …

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Suzanne Wrack is a women’s football correspondent for the Guardian and Observer. She is also the author behind the inspirational and revelatory read, A Woman’s Game. In her new book she tackles the common misconception that women’s football is not …

A Woman’s Game – The Rise, Fall and Rise Again of Women’s Football by Suzanne Wrack Read more »