On January 21 this year, thousands of people rallied in central London in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, along with millions of others around the world. These protesters were, of course, responding to the specific brands of misogyny and racism that are seen to characterize Trump’s America and Brexit Britain. And yet the… Read more →
Kate Turner received her Master’s in Women’s Studies from the University of Oxford, and is currently a PhD candidate in History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her focus is the social, cultural and intellectual history of gender and race in post-war Britain. Right now she is working on her dissertation, tentatively titled ‘Relational Selves: An Intersectional History of the Female Self in Britain, 1950-1997’.