We thought you might like a little more insight into the editorial minds involved in our publishing process, so here’s a peek into the world of our Visual Culture team! Editor Lisa Goodrum has been been a part of the I.B.Tauris cohort for five fantastic years, moving from production through to editorial. With a background …
Today marks 100 years since women were granted the vote in Britain. To commemorate this centenary, we’ve put together an essential reading list of I.B.Tauris books covering the evolution of women’s position in British society.
Jean Bourdichon (1457 or 1459 – 1521), ‘The Wild Condition’, c 1500, © L’École nationale supérieure des beaux arts, Paris.
Revived by feminist movements in the 1970s, in 1975 the United Nations gave official sanction to, and began sponsoring, International Women’s Day, which is marked on 8th March every year.
Examining how the men who practiced magic in early-modern Britain were replicating the patriarchal structure of society.
In response to the recent death of Ariel Sharon, Maria Holt explores what life has meant to thousands of Palestinian women living in Lebanese refugee camps.
Unearthing the forgotten heroines of the great Arabian tales.
As this report shows, the gender imbalance in British newspapers is real.
100 years after Emily Wilding Davison lost her life at the Epsom Derby, the Suffragettes’ legacy lives on as modern day feminists continue to use the female body to confront depoliticisation.
The naked body remains a site of contestation, but what does it mean to be naked in public? Ukrainian feminist protest group FEMEN are making the question evermore complex.
This month sees the release of our book on the much maligned, but also much loved Mamma Mia! The Movie, so it seems a good time for Melanie Williams to revisit the film with specific reference to female authorship.
You know what’s annoying? The unrealistic proportions and gender stereotyping of women in comics. That’s why Will Brooker has created a new superheroine who – hold on to your capes – is fully clothed.
Hannah Ellison. The sudden success of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey has got everyone and their mother talking about fanfiction, mostly in a rather ill-informed way.