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    Creative writing as feminist freedom.Ulrika Dahl - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):84-89.
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    Room of her own: Remaking empty nest and creating herspaces in practices of Polish mothers whose children left home.Bogna Dowgiałło, Marianna Kostecka, Magdalena Żadkowska, Magdalena Herzberg-Kurasz & Magdalena Gajewska - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):7-21.
    The tension between the traditional scenario, in which women fulfil themselves mainly as mothers, as well as the emancipatory approach to women’s roles reverberates more and more in Polish society. This conflict between various social expectations has a significant impact on women’s experience of picking up the role of a mother, as well as the intensification of identity ambivalence accompanying their departure from said role. This paper describes the stage in mothers’ lives when adult children move out of their family (...)
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    Academic women’s voices on gendered divisions of work and care: ‘Working till I drop... then dropping’.Hande Eslen-Ziya & Sevil Sümer - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):49-65.
    Our main goal in this article is to discuss the structural and persistent problems experienced by women academics, especially with respect to the gendered divisions of academic tasks and unequal divisions of care obligations in the domestic sphere. The analysis is based on reflexive thematic analysis of the open-ended questions of an online questionnaire on the academic work environment, work satisfaction, stress, academic duties and allocation of tasks, and thoughts on gender equality. Academics from different countries voice their lived experiences, (...)
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    Feminism contested and co-opted: Women, agency and politics of gender in the Greek and Greek-Cypriot far right.Nayia Kamenou - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):66-83.
    The literature on the gender dimension of far-right politics has established the constitutive role of gender and women’s involvement in the far right. However, knowledge about how far-right women negotiate and condition their agency within their parties and how they relate to gender, gender equality and feminism remains limited. This article builds on literature on conservative and far-right women’s agency, and on feminism’s employment by the far right. Based on interviews with female politicians and seasoned activists of the Greek Golden (...)
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    Everything Must Change.Madeleine Kennedy-Macfoy - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):3-6.
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    The queer afterlives of texts.Redi Koobak - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):106-112.
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    The poetic imagination and freedom.Mara Lee Gerdén - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):90-96.
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    The politics of tending to the body: Women doing yoga in Genoa (Italy).Emanuela Mangiarotti - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):22-36.
    Against a background of neoliberal precarity, the yoga industry promotes a practice experienced by, and inscribed on, the body that is meant to transcend physiological boundaries and expand individual and collective awareness. In this context, research on contemporary yoga has shed light on how women, and specific notions of womanhood, are key to a promise of wellness, healing, and self-realisation that is materialised by White, monied, slender female practitioners as embodiments of the proper way of undertaking self-care. The yoga industry, (...)
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    Mouse trap.Jan Mendes - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):97-102.
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    At arm’s length until otherwise told.Andrea Petitt - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):103-105.
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    Call for papers: Special issue: Digital media, feminisms, and public health in the age of a pandemic.Veronica Pravadelli & Ilaria A. De Pascalis - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):120-121.
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    Equal bodies: The notion of the precarious in Judith Butler’s work.Adriana Zaharijević - 2023 - European Journal of Women's Studies 30 (1):37-48.
    The aim of the article is to offer a reading of Judith Butler’s understanding of the precarious, the notion which gives rise to her particular understanding of precarity. The first part of the article discusses the transition from the theory of performativity to the theory of precarity and claims that the body provides the link between a performative act and a precarious life. The second part scrutinizes the idea of the precarious as it appears in conjunction with life. Precariousness and (...)
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