Feminist Friday 1/26

Feminist Friday 1/26

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web

URSULA K LE GUIN, FEMALE PAIN, & MEDIEVAL TIMES

NEWS & COMMENTARY

How Work Requirements for Medicaid Hurt People with 'Invisible' Disabilities by Sarah Handley-Cousins

Larry Nassar and the Impulse to Doubt Female Pain by Caroline Kitchener

Jess Phoenix Wants to Bring Science Back to Politics by Brittany Shoot

Mary Bernes-Lee Obituary by Georgina Ferry

Dr. Mathilde Krim, Hero, Mentor, and Warrior Against AIDS, Dies at 91 by Andy Towle

Academia's 'Shitty Men' List Has Around 2000 Entries Detailing Sexual Misconduct at Universities by Prachi Gupta

James Damore is wrong. It's fine to discriminate against bigots and bullies by Laurie Penny

For first time in 34 years, Medieval Times has a queen for master of ceremonies by Shirley Chan

Babe, What Are You Doing? by Julianne Escobedo Shepherd

Aziz, We Tried to Warn You by Lindy West

FEATURES & LONG READS

I Used to Insist I Didn't Get Angry. Not Anymore. by Leslie Jamison 

We're Not Done Here by Laurie Penny

The Fantastic Ursula K. Le Guin by Julie Phillips

Just Because it's "Science" Doesn't Mean it's Good by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein

An Artist Repatriates the Body of Julia Pastrana, an Indigenous Mexican Woman Exhibited as a "Freak" by Allison Meier

The Woman Who Transformed How We Teach Geography by Leila McNeill

LISTEN: A Changeling or His Wife? The Brutal Murder of Bridget Cleary in 1895 Ireland by Averill Earls

PLAY Broadway: 1849 by Robert Davis

RESEARCH Historical Women of Color in Science: A Reference List by Michelle Barboza-Ramirez

Babe, What Are You Doing? by Julianne Escobedo Shepherd

Does This Year Make Me Look Angry? by Ijeoma Oluo

Why Will People be Into Sex Robots? by Tina Horn

Meet the Fearless Cook Who Secretly Fed--And Funded--The Civil Rights Movement by Maria Godoy

The Underclass Origins of the Little Black Dress by Shelley Puhak

OPPORTUNITIES

Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction

The healthy self as body capital: Individuals, market-based societies, body politics and visual media twentieth century Europe

Sandra L. Panther Fellowship in the History of Family Medicine

Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine Fellowship

Call for Submissions: Bands Men Have Ruined for me: The Zine

Lady Science Anthology Volume III: 2016-17

Lady Science Anthology Volume III: 2016-17

"It's not always sunshine that splits the seed": Call the Midwife Returns!

"It's not always sunshine that splits the seed": Call the Midwife Returns!