Tag Archives: Josephine Donovan

Feminist Theory: The Intellectual Traditions

By | October 23, 2018

Guest post by Josephine Donovan I have been exhilarated by the resurgence of feminism in the 21st century, in the #MeToo movement, in the million-woman protest marches of January 2017, in renewed efforts to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, and in the record numbers of women running for office in the U. S. today. But… Read More »

Mad Men: Our Literary Guide

By | March 16, 2012

We’re mad keen on Americana and Mad Men! Now that Series Five is about to hit the airwaves with a double episode in the US on March 25th & in the UK on March 27th, we’ve decided to compile a reading list for the show – books that we think say something about the characters, the show… Read More »