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ContributionsManchester Polytechnic. Department of English and History.
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Margaret Harrison 'Notes on Feminist Art in Britain, ' Studio International vol. , no, R. Parker and G. Pollock Framing Feminism: Art and the Women's Art Movement, (London,Pandora/ RKP, ). Dossiers section, chronologically republishes texts from the women's art movement in the UK. The former analysis (Withers,Lacy) references Moira Roth's research on Californian performance art (The Amazing Decade: Women and Performance Art in America,, Astro Artz, Los Angeles,) and the use made of Allan Kaprow's approach transformed by an engaged feminist politics introduced by Judy Chicago, while the latter, (Feman. The book provides unique insight into the vibrant movement of the upcoming fourth wave and the untold stories that women shared through the Everyday Sexism Project. Click! The Ongoing Feminist Revolution. In November , a group of historians working with Clio Visualizing History launched Click! The Ongoing Feminist Revolution. As in other countries, feminism in the United Kingdom seeks to establish political, social, and economic equality for women. The history of feminism in Britain dates to the very beginnings of feminism itself, as many of the earliest feminist writers and activists—such as Mary Wollstonecraft, Barbara Bodichon, and Lydia Becker—were British.

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