A Scrapbook Herstory: The Digital Collection
This 56-page book is a global, women’s survey of the twentieth century that opens with Sheila Jeffreys on the advent of sexology before WWI, and ends with the United States military invasion of Iraq in 2003. The book is an illustration of women’s resistance to masculinity and militarism, with a focus on American imperialism. It […]
This 56-page book full of colour illustrations takes the reader from the Dark Ages, the rise of the Catholic church and the Crusades and witchcraze, to the colonisation of Ireland and the Americas, and the advent of slavery. It covers peasant revolts and rebellions against slavery, and the development of liberalism, socialism, and first wave feminism.
This 40-page book full of colour illustrations clearly explains how patriarchy was created 5,000 years ago. This book is very similar to History As Told By Women, but is designed as the second volume in a four-part chronological herstory series.
This 64-page book full of colour illustrations takes the reader from the evolution of life on earth to the Neolith, and describes the women-centred cultures that existed globally before the creation of patriarchy 5,000 years ago, and before European colonisation.