Archive for September, 2009

Hi there! My name’s Amanda, but you may also know me as The Undomestic Goddess, or simply @TheUndomestic for those on Twitter. I just finished reading Persepolis (I got my hands on the book a little late) and would like to offer the following questions up for discussion: – In which instances is sex a […]

The readers have spoken! The results of the polls for October’s book selection marked Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center* by bell hooks as the winner. In this beautifully written and carefully argued work, hooks maintains that mainstream feminism’s reliance on white, middle-class, and professional spokeswomen obscures the involvement, leadership, and centrality of women of […]

Hi all.  My name is Laura and I primarily blog at Adventures of a Young Feminist.  I’m one of the book club bloggers and I thought I would get things started on the discussion surrounding our book for September, Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi.  Warning: there are some spoilers. Persepolis is the memoir in graphic novel […]

Posts about Persepolis will be up shortly (I think many of us bloggers had a delay in getting our hands on the book), but I wanted to update you all on the book selection process. Because a lot of us need to search through local bookstores and put books on hold in the library and […]

Hi there, radical readers! I’m Chally from Zero at the Bone and am one of your bloggers here. I’m thinking that probably most of us are still scrambling around for a copy of Persepolis or just starting to read. So while we’re getting going, here’s a post on some aspects of Ancient Persian history that […]