Celebrating Women's History Month 2021!
To celebrate Women's History Month and International Women's Day on the 8th March, we've put together a reading list of new, forthcoming and bestselling women's history titles from MUP.
The futures of feminism
This book by Valerie Bryson makes the case for an inclusive form of socialist feminism that will benefit both individuals and societies, and that puts multiply disadvantaged women at its heart.
Me, not you: The trouble with mainstream feminism
What violence can we do, in the name of fighting sexual violence? Alison Phipps presents a critique of #MeToo and similar Anglo-American campaigns and argues that mainstream feminism filters righteous anger about gender inequality through race and class supremacy. This turns ‘me, too’ into ‘me, not you’: an exclusive focus on white women’s pain and protection, and a desire for power and control sated through criminal punishment or institutional discipline.