Sarah Banet-Weiser

Sarah Banet-Weiser is professor and head of the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Some of the themes captured in this column are explored further in her book, Empowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny (Duke University Press, 2018).


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Popular Feminism: Male Victimhood

Despite the fact that misogyny has long existed as the norm, in the current moment there is an overt claim that masculinity and patriarchy are under threat....


Popular Feminism: Structural Rage

Sarah Banet-Weiser's second installment of her bi-monthly column that explores some of the different cultural facets of popular feminism....


Popular Feminism: #MeToo

This is the first installment in a bi-monthly column that will explore some of the different cultural facets of popular feminism....

Popular Feminism: #MeToo
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