Artists at Work at the Feminist Art Conference
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Artists at Work at the Feminist Art Conference

By: Karen Sandoval-Santana Artists, academics and activists were invited to attend the Feminist Art Conference to examine feminist issues through art. The theme this year was Embodied Resistance. This comes from the notion that the human body can be treated as a site of resistance to the power structures of patriarchy, says Ilene Sova, the … Continue reading

McClung’s Magazine is Looking for a New Editor-in-Chief!
Announcement / Miscellaneous

McClung’s Magazine is Looking for a New Editor-in-Chief!

McClung’s Magazine is BACK and looking for a new Editor-in-Chief for its Spring 2016 issue. If you are interested, we encourage you to apply. The new editor will be picked by January 3. The job is challenging, but incredibly rewarding. We are looking for a candidate, preferably in their senior year of journalism school to fill … Continue reading

REVIEW: Nirbhaya
Miscellaneous

REVIEW: Nirbhaya

DISCLAIMER: The following review contains graphic imagery that some readers may find disturbing. By Lisa Cumming Floods of tears outnumbered and overwhelmed the audience’s tissues as the curtain closed on the final scene of Nirbhaya. Saying this production is emotional simply does not do it justice. Nirbhaya transcends the boundaries of the stage and embeds itself … Continue reading

REVIEW Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig
Literature / Miscellaneous / Reviews

REVIEW Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig

In her new, extremely well researched book, Joanne Findon crafts the tale of her great-grandmother and early feminist voice, Sarah Jameson Craig. Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig is an insightful look into life as a feminist and poor woman in early Canada. Seeking Our Eden draws heavily from Craig’s … Continue reading