The Feminism of Uncertainty: A Gender Diary
Ann Snitow is Associate Professor of Literature and Gender Studies at Lang College, The New School, in New York City. A longtime activist, Snitow has cofounded The Network of East-West Women, No More Nice Girls, and New York Radical Feminists. She has written for
Who are the Polish Feminists? (Slawka)
A political biography of one feminist activist in Poland, Slawka Walczewska, this piece explores how feminism was lived in a day to day way in the years before the fall of communism. How did early Polish feminists first develop feminist ideas? Given the censorship they lived under before the fall of the Berlin Wall, what were their encounters with the explosion of feminist movements elsewhere in the world? What kinds of communities did they come from and form? What are the particular challenges Polish feminists faced where both church and family have been key institutions in maintaining an always-threatened nation?...