Was Mary Shelley a feminist?

by Lynn Shepherd       You’d think so, wouldn’t you. A woman whose father was a radical philosopher who believed in the equality of the sexes, and whose mother was a pioneering vindicator of women’s rights. How could the daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin not be every inch the feminist her parents…

The Silent Feminism

In reference to the brutal sexual assault of a young woman in New Delhi, Swati Parashar writes about the politics, problematics, and cultures of silence in feminism.  Introduction This article was inspired by the thought that feminism has stopped speaking for all women and that self reflection and empathy are fast disappearing out of feminist debates/discourses. This frustration has been…