Post Tagged with: "women"

“She’s deader than OJ’s wife”
/ April 11, 2013

“She’s deader than OJ’s wife”

What Steubenville and its coverage tells us about rape culture

War, Women, and Writing: Christina Lamb
/ March 3, 2013

War, Women, and Writing: Christina Lamb

Christina Lamb, foreign correspondent for the Sunday Times, talks modern warfare, the Middle East, and women in journalism

Know Your Place: Women in Bugisu Culture
/ January 9, 2013

Know Your Place: Women in Bugisu Culture

Katherine Crofts-Gibbons discusses the implications of the Imbalu ritual for the position of women in East African Bugisu culture

Light at the End of the Tunnel
/ November 24, 2012

Light at the End of the Tunnel

The Globalist sits down with Burmese political activist Zoya Phan

The Untapped Resource: Making Female Empowerment A Development Priority
/ November 18, 2012

The Untapped Resource: Making Female Empowerment A Development Priority

Nicola Kelly discusses how debate at a WHO simulation conference can stimulate interest in the role of social development in global reproductive health.

The Politics of the Women’s Vote
/ November 2, 2012

The Politics of the Women’s Vote

In U.S. politics, 2012 is the Year of the Women.

The Agony and the Eyelid
/ September 22, 2012

The Agony and the Eyelid

Korean women take drastic measures to get a Western-style crease above their eyes