Feminist Friday 2/23

Feminist Friday 2/23

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web

BLACK PANTHER, ADAM RIPPON, & FIELDWORK

NEWS & COMMENTARY

He Became a Celebrity for Putting Science Before God. Now Lawrence Krauss Faces Allegations of Sexual Misconduct by Peter Aldhous, Azeen Ghorayshi, and Virginia Hughes 

Women poorer and hungrier than men across the world, UN says by Amanda Erickson

FEATURES & LONG READS

Danai Gurira on her 'Black Panther' Role: 'She protects what we would have been' by Michel Martin 

The Provocation and Power of Black Panther by Vann R. Newkirk II

The Women of Wakanda: Nakia is the Real Revolutionary of Black Panther by Evette Dionne

The Bittersweet Beauty of Adam Rippon by Richard Lawson

The Women around an Emperor: Eleanor of Portugal by Natalie Anderson

I didn't think there were many African Women Scientists. Then I checked Twitter by Esther Ngumbi

A Brief Visual History of Virginia Woolf's Book Covers by Emily Temple

How to Find a Woman Scientist by Katarzyna Nowak

The Ideologies of Boring Things: The Internet and Infrastructures of Race by Emily Drabinkski

Who's Important? A tale from Wikipedia by Kirsten Menger-Anderson

Judith Beheading Her Would-Be Rapist by Sara Patterson

A guide to juggling fieldwork and pregnancy by Emily Sohn

What can data visualization learn from feminism? by Paxtyn Merten

The Cost of Reporting While Female by Anne Helen Petersen

A Lab of One's Own: the forgotten female scientists who shed stereotypes about women's abilities by Angela Saini

We've Always Hated Girls Online: A Wayback Machine Investigation by Julianne Aguilar

Feminist Friday 3/1

Feminist Friday 3/1

Hearing Women of Color in Space

Hearing Women of Color in Space