4 February 1983: The 4th Page of Somut Magazine

Somut (Concrete) magazine is a periodical publication of the Writers’ Cooperative (Yazko) which was active in the period of September 12 . It is...

What does the transformation in the household structure of Turkey mean for women?

The number of people living alone in Turkey is increasing rapidly. In 2006, 6.1% of all households comprised people living alone. In 2020, this...

(Is there anything) beyond the silent majority?

The kinds of jobs women hold are as important as the question of their employment now; the curation and placement of their public image...

Feminist graphic novels? Present! – 1

If you are into comic books or graphic novels, you are most probably familiar with the sexism of the mainstream culture around this genre,...

The Struggle for Peace by LGBTI+ and Women’s Organizations in Turkey / Interview with...

“The methods of struggle brought by the oppression periods may be different, but why can’t movements that have experience of waging a struggle by...

Fatmagül Yörük’s request for arrest: The definition of “injustice” in legal texts

Will women’s demand for rights be met in the system by a prosecutor or judge “doing her/his job well”, “taking initiative”, “good-hearted”, “making an...

“Rosa Luxemburg held her ground as a woman in ‘a man’s world’” / Interview...

Women's movements contain features that approach Luxemburg's description like spontaneity and philosophy of revolution, both in terms of organization and agency. The foreword to Rosa...

“ILO 190 provides women workers an international assurance” / Interview with Feryal Saygılıgil and...

The Convention strengthens the women workers’ hand in the fight against sexual violence and harassment in the workplace. It provides an international assurance. It...
Laurie Simmons, Blonde/ Red Dress/ Kitchen, 1978

The Case of Leftist Men Or: How not to make an argument against the...

The problem does not lie with reducing women or any other group to care work but the fact that care work is not distributed...

The Years: the hubbub rising from things, humans, and streets

Ernaux travels through French history pivoting on the objects, images, words, dinner tables, and clothes of her personal memory. The Years by Annie Ernaux is...

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