The Feminist Library

READING GROUP SESSION I: In the Framework of Feminisms (7 March - 25 April, 2014)
Excerpt from AlgeriaA Series of Invocations because Nothing Else Works by Kathy Acker || Permalink 
Excerpt from The Remedy by Juliana Spahr || Permalink 
Excerpt from Beyond the Veil by Fatemah Mernissi || Permalink
In Camera by Nawal el Saadawi || Permalink
One Dimensional Woman by Nina Power || Permalink
Excerpt from The Circling Song by Nawal el Saadawi || Permalink 
Differences that Matter by Sara Ahmed || Permalink 
Excerpt from The Queer Art of Failure by Judith Halberstam || Permalink 
Thinking Through the Skin by Sara Ahmed and Jackie Stacey || Permalink 
Excerpt from Heroines by Kate Zambreno || Permalink 

READING GROUP SESSION II (11 July - 29 August, 2014)
Simians, Cyborgs, and Women by Donna Haraway || Permalink
Interview with Margot Badran on Islamic Feminism || Permalink
Excerpt from The Eloquence of Silence by Marnia Lazreg || Permalink
Deleuze and Law, edited by Rosi Braidotti || Permalink
Excerpt from Al-Sufur wal Hijab / السفور والحجاب by Nazirah Zeineddin نظيرة زين الدين || Permalink
Islamic Feminism and its Discontent, Essay by Valentine Moghadam || Permalink

READING GROUP SESSION III (8 November 2014 - 1 February, 2015)
Technologies of Gender by Teresa De Lauretis || Permalink
Testo Junkie by Beatriz Preciado || Permalink
Excerpt from A Cyborg Manifesto by Donna Haraway || Permalink
The Disposessed by Ursula Le Guin || Permalink
The Posthuman by Rosi Braidotti || Permalink

ROUNDTABLE: The Uneasy Encounter with Islamic Feminism (29 April 2015)
Excerpt from The Construction of Gender in Islamic Legal Thought by Ziba Mir-Hosseini || Permalink
Excerpt from مواطنة لا أنثى by Azza Shararah Baydun || Permalink

Labour. Capital. Institution: A Forum on Feminisms (3 & 4 July 2015)
The Reproduction of Labor-Power in the Global Economy, Marxist Theory and the Unfinished Feminist Revolution, essay by Silvia Federici || Permalink
Excerpt from Caliban and the Witch by Silvia Federici || Permalink

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