Silvia Federici on the links between changes in the global economy and increasing violence against women.
Tithi Bhattacharya offers an introduction to the methods, insights, and strategic implications of Social Reproduction Theory.
Kathi Weeks draws on 1970s feminist critiques of romance to investigate the contemporary management discourses of love and happiness at work.
Joyce Salisbury examines attitudes toward chastity, sexuality, and gender held by a group of Early Christian women ascetics.
Fredric Jameson on Ursula K. Le Guin's method of radical abstraction and simplification.
Françoise Vergès responds to the "appeal of the 100" published in Le Monde.
The legendary figure of the Italian left discusses her new book, her coming to feminism, and her memories of 1968.
Angela Davis discusses the development of anti-racist, Marxist feminisms.
Johanna Brenner considers a variety of strategies by which caregiving might be socialized outside the institutions of family and household.
Foundational texts in critical and left feminist traditions with contemporary books on sex work, gender identity and fluidity, and theories of feminism in the age of neoliberalism.