Posts Tagged ‘Women’

I spoke last night, along with Ellen Lupton, to a wonderful gathering of women at the She Says monthly event in Soho. While I have always been a bit jealous of people who can use the same presentation enough times to deliver it flawlessly, I typically end up writing something different for each occasion, making […]


I wonder if in ancient times – Egypt, Rome, the Ottoman Empire, even our cave dwelling ancestors – females ever talked among themselves about the need for women to exert their influence more powerfully on the dynamics and fate of their worlds, as men clubbed each other to death, went off on crusades, or just […]