Carol Hanisch. Handbook of Research: Theory and Praxis.
List of 2016 feminist books
Educator on women's rights with Norwegian National Women's Council , women's movement historian. Anti-prostitution feminist ; anti-pornography feminist. Third-wave feminist ; Socialist feminist ; Black feminist. Miss Major Griffin-Gracy. Linda Lovelace. Wil van Gogh. Madeleine Albright. Second-wave feminist ; radical feminist ; sex-positive feminist ; Redstockings ; New York Radical Women. This book is essential.
Second-wave feminist. Margaret Sanger. Jessica Valenti. Aletta Jacobs. Sarah Moore Grimké. Forest Fires. Sheema Kalbasi. Second-wave feminist ; Socialist feminist. Julia Ward Howe.
Marianne Githens. Monique Wittig. Historical Dictionary of British Women. Egalité des hommes et des femmes [ The equality of men and women ] in French. Clementina Black. Anastasia Powell. Kate Smurthwaite. Third-wave feminist ; riot grrrl.
Auguste Schmidt. Flora Murray. Rutgers University Press. Jewish Women's Archive. Martha Nussbaum. The following are infoplease. Namespaces Article Talk. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Christine de Pizan. Sophie Adlersparre.
This collection of writings by Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Asian women looks at the intersections between feminism and race, class, and sexuality, and is generally viewed as one of the foundational texts of Third Wave feminism. Gloria E. Sonia Johnson. Coretta Scott King. Declamatio de nobilitate et praecellentia foeminei sexus [ Declamation on the Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex ] in French. Alice Schwarzer. First-wave feminist ; suffragist, organizer, innovator, first woman to run for U. Nawal el-Sadaawi. Martha Davis. Second-wave feminist ; philosopher; writer.
Karlyn Kohrs Campbell. Retrieved 26 February — via YouTube. Inez Milholland. He Xiangning. Catharina Ahlgren. Sara Maitland. Laura Lederer. Geraldine Ferraro. Margaret Mackworth, 2nd Viscountess Rhondda.
Louisa Strittmater. Lorraine Bethel. Agnes de Silva. Columbia University Press. Humanist and feminist writer. First-wave feminist ; abolitionist , women's rights activist, speaker, women's rights speech " Ain't I a Woman? Jacqueline Rose. Rachel Foster Avery. An early 20th century maiden aunt is pitied by everyone because she's not married.
General variants. Mary Shelley. Women's rights by country Feminists by nationality. Edith Summerskill, Baroness Summerskill. François Poullain de la Barre. Olive Schreiner. Lidia Falcón. Radical feminist; opposed decriminalization of sex work, gender identity politics, and transgender activism. Seal Press.
Anti-pornography feminist ; Radical feminist. Vilma Espín. Second-wave feminist ; radical feminist ; anti-pornography feminist ; New York Radical Women. Frances Jennings Casement. Support their work. Henry Browne Blackwell. Marilyn Frye. Cas Lek Cesk.
Sibylle Riqueti de Mirabeau. Women's suffrage Muslim countries US Other women's rights. A History of Swedish Literature. Harriet Martineau. Ariel Levy. Nadine Strossen. Judge and writer; plaintiff in a case that allowed children of Motswana women and foreign men to be considered Batswana. Second-wave feminist ; Black feminist. Susan Griffin. Carol Hanisch.
Gloria Steinem. Marie Lacoste-Gérin-Lajoie. Nellie McClung. Helen Gurley Brown. Mary Shelley. Judith Sargent Murray. Portland, Maine: A. Ellen Anckarsvärd.
Ariel Levy. Geraldine Ferraro. Faith Bandler. Feminism: a paradigm shift. Second-wave feminist. First-wave feminist ; abolitionist , women's rights activist, speaker, women's rights speech " Ain't I a Woman? Eleanor Mildred Sidgwick. Martha Nussbaum.
Vilma Espín. Expert on feminist theory , feminist international relations , and scholar activism. Caroline Kauffmann. Louise Otto-Peters. Gerda Lerner. Forest Fires. Luzviminda Ilagan. If it ain't intersectional, it ain't feminism!
Minnie Fisher Cunningham. Hayao Miyazaki. Greenwood Publishing Group. Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Irshad Manji. Parks Canada. Clara Fraser. Anna "Annie" Julia Cooper. Eleanor Mildred Sidgwick. Eliza Gamble.
Ecofeminist ; anti-pornography feminist. Maria Arbatova. Faith Wilding. Miranda July. Carol Ann Duffy. First-wave feminist ; suffragette. There's a widely documented phenomenon in publishing today that pretty much every demographic loves reading young adult fiction. August Bebel. Sara Hlupekile Longwe. Novels, essays or tweets — anything written by Roxane Gay is well worth reading, and Bad Feminist , her collection of personal essays, is one of her best.
All rights reserved. Stasa Zajovic. Sandra Bloodworth. Paris, France. Bessie Rischbieth. Second-wave feminist ; Black feminist. German Writings. Protofeminist writer of Jane Anger her Protection for Women. Sara Maitland.
This well-researched take-down piece on the cult of s housewife domesticity is widely credited for launching the "second wave" of American feminism, which you probably know as "the women's liberation" movement of the 20th century. Natasha Walter. Jane Anger her Protection for Women. Jeanne Bouvier. Lorine Livingston Pruette. Empress French feminist; material feminist. Frédérique Petrides. Rosemary Hennessy. Julia Serano.
Feminists who Changed America, — Share this list. Elisabeth Freeman. Caroline Kauffmann. Pancha Carrasco. Charles Fourier. Suffragette ; one of the founders and the leader of the British suffragette movement. Margaret Cho. Enough of that nonsense! Misako Enoki.
Second-wave feminist ; radical feminist ; sex-positive feminist ; Redstockings ; New York Radical Women. This very early feminist novel and proto sci-fi story was written by the Duchess of Newcastle in , and follows the adventures of a woman who travels to an alien, utopian world. Encyclopedia of Women Social Reformers, Volume 1. Florence Rush. Harriet Hanson Robinson. First-wave feminist ; suffragette. Wil van Gogh. Jessica Valenti. Anna Maria Mozzoni. Jean Curthoys.
Antoinette Brown Blackwell. Marguerite Durand. Books have the power to inspire a movement, educate a lone maverick, or grab an entire generation's imagination by the collar and throw it directly through a glass ceiling. Second-wave feminist ; radical feminist ; anti-pornography feminist. Karlina Leksono Supelli. Malala Yousafzai. Feminist; war correspondent ; writer; poet. Laura Cereta. Student leader in the Title IX and campus rape awareness movement, founder of the national organization Student Coalition Against Rape; author of books notable for their realistic depiction of characters with social development disorders.
What Edna experiences in her romance-fueled awakening is the idea that she has, and has had the capability all along, to have an individual identity outside of her husband, her children, or any particular "other. Germaine Greer. Melissa Farley. Valerie Solanas. Earliest female appointed to any court; early activist against the practice of taking Aboriginal children from their mothers. Renee Taylor. Antoinette Brown Blackwell. Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Helene Stöcker. Ana Castillo. Harriet Martineau. Support your fellow badass feminists and be ready to school some haters on the basics of queendom. Helena Swanwick. In Kowalski, Dean A. Agnes de Silva. Men and Feminism: Seal Studies.
Virginia Woolf. Bicycling and feminism Feminist history Women's history Timeline of women's legal rights other than voting. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Novels, essays or tweets — anything written by Roxane Gay is well worth reading, and Bad Feminist , her collection of personal essays, is one of her best. Alicia Ostriker. Updated February 11, Infoplease Staff. Cynthia Enloe. Progressive doctor, politician and suffragette. Smart, funny, topical, to-the-point. Hayao Miyazaki.
Margaret Cho. Flora Brovina. Katha Pollitt. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Men and Feminism: Seal Studies. Anna Hierta-Retzius. Wide Sargasso Sea is a sort of retelling of Bronte's classic Jane Eyre, but from a particularly interesting angle. Christian Maclagan.
One of the Ladies of Llangollen. Edith Summerskill, Baroness Summerskill. The Feminist Observer. Jessica Valenti. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. For the past few years she has been blowing up on the scene as a writer, film critic, and feminist, and now she has written a dream anthem for the 21st century American woman. Portland, Maine: A. Caroline Haslett. Robert Jensen.
Lists Articles Feminists by nationality Literature American feminist literature Feminist comic books. Lucy Suchman. University of Pittsburgh Press. Socialist feminist. Rini Templeton. Women's Rights: A Global View. Woman Suffrage advocate; played a pivotal role in movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States. Terry O'Neill.
Sarojini Sahoo. Sara Farizan is an Iranian-born American millennial feminist writer, and she is making her voice heard admirably. Misako Enoki. Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Worst U. Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel. Carrie Brownstein. Fairy Tales and Feminism: New Approaches. Charlotte Despard née French. Sonja Davies.
Trending Here are the facts and trivia that people are buzzing about. Great Russians in Russian. Val Plumwood. This is by no means a complete list, since thank goodness the words of wise women can't be fully contained on the page. This well-researched take-down piece on the cult of s housewife domesticity is widely credited for launching the "second wave" of American feminism, which you probably know as "the women's liberation" movement of the 20th century. Barbara Ehrenreich. Annestine Beyer. Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim. Katha Pollitt.
Early pioneer proto-feminist. John Neal. Ariel Levy. Do you remember how in the original Mr. Suffragists Timeline of women's suffrage US in majority-Muslim countries Historiography of the Suffragettes Women's suffrage organizations and publications Women's rights activists Leser v. Frances Jennings Casement. Harriet Martineau. Postcolonial feminist. Feminist and civil rights activist. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin.
Barbara Deming. Second-wave feminist ; anti-pornography feminist ; radical feminist. Helene Stöcker. Pancha Carrasco. Modesta di Pozzo di Forzi. Paris: Côté-femmes éditions. Caroline Haslett. Second-wave feminist ; radical feminist ; New York Radical Women. Progressive doctor, politician and suffragette. Jill Johnston.
Brooke Ackerly. This is by no means a complete list, since thank goodness the words of wise women can't be fully contained on the page. Lady Constance Bulwer-Lytton. Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Translated by Richard Young. Sheila Rowbotham. British-Australian academic working at the intersection of feminist theory, queer theory, critical race theory and postcolonialism. Crystal Eastman.
Tucker Reed. Woman Suffrage advocate; played a pivotal role in movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States. Part of a series on. Ezlynn Deraniyagala. Sirje Kingsepp. Transfeminist , Latina transgender activist and national leader in the LGBT immigrant rights movement. Ellen Sandelin. University of Nebraska Press. Second-wave feminist ; Socialist feminist ; radical feminist ; anti-pornography feminist ; writer. Nancy Chodorow.
Feminism, Media, and the Law. John Green. Great Russians in Russian. Part of a series on. Ann Simonton. Annie Besant. Natalie Zahle. Ottilie Assing. I first read Betty Friedan in college circa when, just coming out of high school, I still thought "feminism" meant female chauvinism that was to be avoided. Balaram Das.
Having gone underground three years ago as a committed leftist, and since become a radical feminist, I regard this piece as a distillation of what I have learned in these three years. Women Writers. Auguste Schmidt. Alfhild Agrell. Harriot Eaton Stanton Blatch. Sarah Hoagland. Jamie McIntosh. Kirthi Jayakumar. Amanda Marcotte.
Gazeta 55 in Albanian. Margery Corbett Ashby. Read, repeat, write, lend, discuss, recommend, annotate, quote, gift, and otherwise disseminate these books by brave women into the stratosphere. Daphne Hampson. This is a great one to give to your friend who says she "doesn't need feminism" when you suspect she doesn't quite understand it. I first read Betty Friedan in college circa when, just coming out of high school, I still thought "feminism" meant female chauvinism that was to be avoided. Puerto Rican labor union suffragette; jailed for wearing pants in public. Second-wave feminist ; Socialist feminist. Archived from the original on 11 September