This book focusses on the #MeToo movement in China, critically examining how three competing ideologies have worked in co-opting #MeToo activism: China's official communism, Western neoliberalism, and an emerging Chinese cyber-feminism.
This anthology examines maternity in contemporary performance at the intersection of a wide range of topics from nationhood to mental health, queer-parenting, embodied dramaturgy, cultural practice, and immigration.
52 Weeks Praying the Names of God is a study that explores the most prominent names of God throughout the Bible to reveal the deeper meanings behind them and to teach you how to pray through them in a slow and intentional way.
Examining abjection in a range of visual and material culture, the contributors to Abjection Incorporated move beyond critiques of abjection as a punitive form of social death to theorizing how it has become a means to acquire political and cultural capital in the twenty-first century.
In this hard-hitting timely book Judith Orr, leading pro-choice campaigner, shows that despite the 1967 Abortion Act full reproductive rights in Britain are yet to be won. The book also highlights current debates over decriminalisation and argues for abortion provision fit for the 21st century.