Tag Archives: feminism

  1. Redefining Womanhood: Triste, Louca ou Má by Francisco, el Hombre

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    June 6, 2018 by katmcdaniel

    Bombarded with cultural traditions and unrealistic fantasies, we often forget that a woman is a person and it is her …
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  2. Quote for Today: Margaret Sanger


    May 12, 2015 by katmcdaniel

    Woman must not accept; she must challenge. She must not be awed by that which has been built up around …
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  3. Prussian Blue and Early Photography: Following Synchronicity From Diesbach to Anna Atkins


    September 26, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    Scientific discovery and artistic innovation often occur together in unpredictable ways. How is this relationship shaped by accident and synchronicity? …
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  4. Undercurrents of Sensuality and Aggression in Bram Stoker’s Dracula


    July 11, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    The most famous of vampires is Dracula. Why are we mesmerized by this character created more than a century ago? …
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  5. Quote for Today: Lorine Niedecker


    June 23, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    I rose from marsh mud, algae, equisetum, willows, sweet green, noisy birds and frogs to see her wed in the …
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