Kathleen B. Jones

Kathleen B. Jones’s 30-year career as an internationally recognized and award-winning scholar of feminism and the women’s movement in America includes publication of several academic books and numerous essays, among them Compassionate Authority: Democracy and the Representation of Women (Routledge), Women Transforming Politics (New York University Press), and The Political Interests of Gender Revisited (Manchester University Press). She was a founding editor of the International Feminist Journal of Politics. In 2000, she published a memoir about the murder of a feminist student, Living Between Danger and Love (Rutgers University Press). Since then, her short fiction and essays have appeared in Fiction International and Briar Cliff Review. She wrote for and hosted the award-winning Profiles, a City of San Diego Cable TV series on local authors, and currently teaches creative nonfiction writing workshops at university and community venues. She lives for the time being in the UK.

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“Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography” at the Getty Museum
“Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography” at the Getty Museum
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An Artist’s Intervention in the Ebola Crisis
An Artist’s Intervention in the Ebola Crisis
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Photographer Spotlight: Jerry Uelsmann
Photographer Spotlight: Jerry Uelsmann

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Radio Hour: “The Look of Silence,” Diana Wagman, and D. W. Griffith
Radio Hour: “The Look of Silence,” Diana Wagman, and D. W. Griffith
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Radio Hour: "Go Set a Watchman" and Film Critic John Powers
Radio Hour: "Go Set a Watchman" and Film Critic John Powers
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Radio Hour: “Naked at Lunch,” Female Comedy Writers, and Vicious Disequilibrium
Radio Hour: “Naked at Lunch,” Female Comedy Writers, and Vicious Disequilibrium