The Women's Studies Dropout

A blog where feminist friends continue their class discussions



Female Artists Are Not Their Characters (More Women Owing Their Artistry)

Many moons ago, I wrote a post about Women Artists Owning Their Artistry.  That post focused on journalism and the media's insistence on talking to women artists about the lucky nature of their success and talent, rather than engaging with... Continue Reading →


Article Response, on Women artists owning their artistry

Last week I stumbled upon this article from The Guardian where 2013 Man Booker-prize winner Eleanor Catton speaks briefly about the unfair treatment of female writers. Note: it's quick read for those interested in Catton, literature and women writers, but... Continue Reading →

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