Feminist Perspectives is a blog created to publish research-based work – like academic research and think pieces – and art-based projects that use gender as a category of analysis or explore it as part of a creative process. It aims to bring together students, scholars, artists and activist, and to create an outlet to discuss gender from a multidisciplinary and intersectional perspective.
With the COVID-19 crisis and Black Lives Matter movement as a backdrop, this blog aims to contribute to understanding the complexities of our gendered and racialised social, cultural and political lives.
Feminist Perspectives’ purpose is to put forward work that studies, analyses and reflects on gendered and racialised politics and, as a publication, is ideologically committed to transforming those politics through research and art. This publication aims to encourage an anti-racist and decolonial discourse as well as support the LGBTQIA communities.
Feminist Perspectives is a project created by the King’s Gender Studies Network and is run by an Editorial Collective formed by PhD students. If you are interested in sharing your work, contact the Editorial Collective at firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Disciplined and Resistant Bodies'
'Disciplined and Resistant Bodies' is a new project that critically interrogates the role of the body/ bodies in feminist activism, theory and personal experiences.
The launch of this exciting series in 2023 will offer intersectional analysis to explore this theme in relation to women and girls, masculinities, LGBTQIA+ people, disabled people, immigrants, refugees, Black, Indigenous and Brown communities.
See the project here