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BP Spotlight: Sylvia Pankhurst & Women and Work

Tate Britain, 16 September 2013– 6 April 2014
by / RP 186 (Jul/Aug 2014) / Reviews

Dave Beech’s review of Tate Liverpool’s exhibition Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789–2013 (‘A Blockbuster for the Left’, RP 184) assessed the usefulness of the exhibition form for presenting the complex histories of left-wing politics and their intersections within art practice. Two concurrent exhibitions at Tate Britain (16 September 2013–6 April 2014) raised …


She’s just not that into you

by / RP 177 (Jan/Feb 2013) / Review

Tiqqun, Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl, trans. Ariana Reines, Semiotext(e), Intervention series 12, Los Angeles, 2012. 144 pp., £9.95 pb., 978 1 58435 108 5.

How best to describe the colonization of the body at this particular juncture of capitalist life? Much recent theorizing has focused on a kind of war of …


Hey! Can’t you smile!

Women and status in philosophy
by / RP 160 (Mar/Apr 2010) / Commentary

Babette Babich proposes that respect for woman philosophers should – like for their male counterparts – extend to a toleration and admiration for them as social misfits.


Dependency culture?

Welfare, women and work
by / RP 091 (Sep/Oct 1998) / Commentary

Like many in Britain, I have watched the New Labour government with fascination. I have felt eager welcome and revulsion, hope and despairing resignation. We have seen huge progress in democracy, with hope at last for a political settlement in Northern Ireland, devolution for Wales and Scotland, the reintroduction of a London-wide authority together with …


‘Woman’ as theatre

United Nations Conference on Women, Beijing 1995
by / RP 075 (Jan/Feb 1996) / Commentary


Chinese Women and Feminist Thought, Beijing,22-24 June 1995

by and / RP 074 (Nov/Dec 1995) / Conference Report


Women and the High Priests of Reason

by / RP 034 (Summer 1983) / Article


24 Reviews

by , , , , and / RP 024 (Spring 1980) / Reviews

D. Barash, Sociobiology and Behaviour T. Clutton-Brock and P. Harvey, Readings in Sociobiology W. Mackensie, Biological Issues in Politics M. Midgley, Beast and Man M. Ruse, Sociobiology: Sense or Nonsense? E.O.Wilson, On Human Nature Martin Barker

D. Lecourt, Proletarian Science? The Case of Lysenko Ted Benton

Richard E. Olsen, Karl Marx Pete Stirk

L. Laudan, …