THE GODDESS SITA: WIFE, MOTHER, WOMAN
Katy Winterburn analyses the story of the goddess Sita in Hindu mythology and its impact on the lives of women now.
How Should we remember the suffragettes in 2018?
Eleanor Lake looks at the problematic legacy of the Suffragettes.
T-SHIRT: CULT–CULTURE–SUBVERSIOn: A review
Saskia Norman looks at the role of the statement T-shirt in activist movements since the 1970s.
WOMEN'S RESISTANCE IN NORTHERN IRELAND
On the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, Jasmin Rostron explores the experiences of working-class Catholic women during the Troubles
OUR BODIES OURSELVEs
Olivia Hepsworth explores the influential work of Boston feminists demanding access to knowledge of sexual health and expression in the 1970s.
black tudors: a review
Iona Glen reviews Miranda Kaufmann's Black Tudors: The Untold Story, which seeks to challenge traditional narratives of Tudor History.
MISS WORLD protest, 1970
Harriett Howlett examines the Women's Liberation Protest at the 1970 Miss World pageant: "We're not beautiful, we're not ugly, we're angry"