Since the establishment of Feminist Review over 30 years ago, we have published Professor Cynthia Cockburn’s important and influential work, ranging from studies of gender and technology, women in trade unions, men and masculinities, socialist feminism to feminist anti-milititarism and peace activism. Cynthia Cockburn’s feminist scholarship has been read and cited by generations of feminists across the world. Both her scholarship and activism has inspired many of us over the past decades.
On Saturday 14th October 2017, Feminist Review co-sponsored and co-hosted an event with the SOAS Centre for Gender Studies in honour of Cynthia Cockburn. On the occasion of recognising and celebrating her wide-ranging feminist research and activism, Palgrave Macmillan are making her publications with FR freely accessible via ReadCube.
- The Material of Male Power
- Introduction: Trade Unions and the Radicalizing of Socialist Feminism
- In Listening Mode
- ‘Democracy without Women Is No Democracy’: Soviet Women Hold their First Autonomous National Conference
- A Women's Political Party for Yugoslavia: Introduction to the Serbian Feminist Manifesto
- Book Review: Sexual decoys: gender, race and war in imperial democracy
- what became of ‘frontline feminism’? a retro-perspective on post-conflict Belfast