Tag: Women

Critical Eye

Petrona Martínez: The Great Bullerengue Singer

Petrona Martínez, the great bullerengue singer, has become one of the most significant figures of Colombian traditional music. ...
The Literary Club

Why Were So Many Victorian Ghost Stories Written by Women? 

The nineteenth century is renowned for its technological innovation and scientific advancement. However, as knowledge of the world ...
HERstories

Isadora Duncan: The Girl Who Danced with the Gods 

In the realm of dance, an individual occasionally emerges whose artistry transcends boundaries and reshapes the very essence ...
The Literary Club

Emily Dickinson and the Inevitable: A Journey Through Love, Death, ...

As a prolific and enigmatic poet of the 19th century, Emily Dickinson delved into many subjects in her ...
FeminismsSexuality and Gender

When feminism and Artificial Intelligence come together

Science and technology have long — and fallaciously — been equated with masculinity. The result is that gender ...
CultureMovies / TV / Series

Love is Blind: Is love blind or is the audience ...

Love is Blind is a huge success on Netflix. However, the affirmation in the show’s name is at ...
Daily Opinion

Diversity is finally here, but why does it feel so ...

We have seen much more diversity on our screens in the past few years, yet it sometimes misses ...
CultureMovies / TV / Series

A feminist analysis of HBO’s House of the Dragon

An analysis of the popular new TV show, House of the Dragon, through a feminist lens; discussing gender ...
The Literary Club

Kate Grenville & The Artistic Adaptations

Australian literary wonder Kate Grenville has shaped a generation and remained a strong, original voice in thematic, contemporary ...
CultureMusic

Rita Lee: She was never a good example, but she ...

Over the past weeks, many papers worldwide have reported Rita Lee’s death. Countless headlines refer to her as ...