Women’s Rights Are Human Rights – streszczenie
Women’s Rights Are Human Rights – summary
The book consists of essays written by leading contemporary feminists, such as:
Elizabeth Resnick, Sara Rodowicz-Ślusarczyk, Colette Soler, Anna Gromada, Barbara Nowacka, Ewa Kuryluk, Ania Światłowska, Mariusz Knorowski, Verena Gerlach.
Marta Zofia Myszewska: Introduction: Our small war
- Elizabeth Resnick: Women’s Rights Are Human Rights
- Sara Rodowicz-Ślusarczyk: Introduction to Colette Soler
- Colette Soler: Was Freud wrong about women?
- Anna Gromada: Can gender inequality be attributed to family roles? A case study of the childless art world
- Barbara Nowacka: Women’s rights: the fight that never ends
- Ewa Kuryluk: Rafaella! Rafaella!
- Ania Światłowska: Feminism in Polish art
- Mariusz Knorowski: The subject of equality for women
- Verena Gerlach: PARADOX ALG(I)ER(S)
- Elizabeth Resnick: Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: designing posters as agency for social change
- Verena Gerlach: The Little Things – Visualizing Every day Sexism
- Aušra Lisauskiene: Feminine or Masculine type design
- Maja Wolna: The source of feminine power and its impact (influence) on the development of a dialogue between men and women (all over the world) – poster and its power transmission
- Ceren Çalışkan: The woman on the street
- Sylvie Pagé: Trivial Pursuit Humor in the women’s universe
- Janna Beck: Selfie. How Do Women profile themselves? Cultural or personal differences? Perception of viewers?
- Grafprom studio: Sculpture objects + minibooks