Tag Archives: feminism

Ibsen and Feminism 3

The image below is from feminist and critical race theorist bell hooks (if you aren’t already, you should get familiar). It’s been making the rounds on Facebook and I share it here because it touches on the continued debate over whether Nora’s uniquely female position makes her a feminist figure and, by extension, Ibsen a […]

Ibsen and Feminism 2

My post title might be a tad misleading. I’m actually using this space to draw attention to feminism more than Ibsen, specifically, to let you know about an initiative happening this year in Duke’s Women’s Studies Program: The Future of the Feminist 70s. I’ll let them explain the impetus behind their programming: We are interested […]

Ibsen and feminism 1

This is a topic that will come up many times over the course of our work on this play. I wanted to dive in by looking at recent news story about controversy over girl’s t-shirts sold at J.C.Penny. Here’s the design that has been pulled from the store’s online stock after public protest.The Village Voice‘s […]