Filed under book | Tags: · feminism, literary criticism, literature, science fiction, women
“Chronologically arranged, these 33 talks and essays and 17 reviews of books and films, dating from 1976 through 1987, eloquently record Le Guin’s responses to ethical and political climates, the transforming effect of certain literary ideas and the changes of a supple, disciplined mind,”
Publisher Grove Press, New York, 1989
ISBN 080211105X, 9780802111050
Reviews: Joan Gordon (Science Fiction Studies, 1990), Elizabeth Cummins (Science Fiction Studies, 1990), Thomas Larson (Brick, 1989), Kirkus Reviews (1988).
Commentary: Lisa Hammond Rashley (Biography, 2007).
May Opitz, Katharina Oguntoye, Dagmar Schultz (eds.): Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out (1991)
Filed under book | Tags: · black people, colonialism, feminism, germany, history, race, racism, sexism, women
“ISD (Initiative Schwarze Menschen in Deutschland), ADEFRA (Schwarze Frauen in Deutschland), Neuen Schwarzen Bewegung, all began in the 1980s in Berlin, centred around Freie Universität where Dagmar Schultz was professor. She invited Audre Lorde as a visiting professor from 1984, where May Opitz (from 1992 May Ayim) and Katharina Oguntoye attended her seminars. Out of this came Black History Month in Germany in 1991, and Farbe bekennen: Afro-deutsche Frauen auf den Spuren ihrer Geschichte, published in 1986.” (Source)
First published in German as Farbe bekennen: afro-deutsche Frauen auf den Spuren ihrer Geschichte, Orlanda Frauenverlag, Berlin, 1986.
Foreword by Audre Lorde
Translated by Anne V. Adams
Publisher University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, MA, 1991
ISBN 0870237594, 9780870237591
Filed under artists publishing | Tags: · collaboration, feminism, infrastructure
“Iterations was a series of residencies, exhibitions, research meetings and artistic exchanges committed to investigate the future of artistic collaboration in digitally networked contexts. Iterations is now also a publication that creates and inspires new concepts and openings for works yet to be developed.”
“The editors created a set of descriptions of common threads that were called ‘handles’, and invited each contributor to respond to one of them. During the ‘editorial sprint’ to process the material, scores were produced that allowed for a transversal reading of the contributions (see insert booklet). This practice was named ‘x-dexing’.”
With contributions by Kym Ward, Behuki, common ground, Rica Rickson, Collective Conditions, spideralex.
Edited by Jara Rocha and Manetta Berends
Design by Manetta Berends
Publisher Constant, Brussels, May 2020
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