by Reya Suwarsono Film director, Hanung Bramantyo, unfolds the story of Raden Adjeng Kartini (played by Dian Sastrowardoyo), a daughter born into a Javanese family of nobles in 1879. Her father’s position as a Javanese aristocrat working for the Dutch government provided her with the opportunity to attend a Dutch school – a privilege that few Indonesians had. Her exposure to Western ideals and education played a crucial role in her growth as an activist in her later years.
By Noor Lorist The unthinkable happened. I am not sure when it occurred, but my face has changed. I discovered … More
No girls allowed: a commentary on the video game industry
By Lelia Erscoi Let’s do a quick thought experiment: imagine a young boy, spending time enjoying his favorite hobby. What … More
Universities should be pioneers, not followers: A call for more gender-sensitive language at the Radboud University
By Lena Richter Info: The terms gender-neutral, -inclusive and -sensitive language are often used interchangeably and all aim at avoiding … More
Fatshaming is genormaliseerd: partners van mensen met obesitas en de universiteit doen er aan mee
Door Faifoo Spitz Op het sportcentrum hing het afgelopen jaar een banner van Radboud met de tekst: ‘On behalf of the sports centre: bye bye coronakilo’s, hello new academic year!’. Had Nella Geurts (sociologie PHD kandidaat) … More
Reclaiming Public Space: Catcalls of Nimma
By Paula Werdnik I met with the two women behind ‘Catcalls of Nimma’ on a rainy and chilly Saturday morning. … More
Can we still talk about decolonizing the university?
By Elif Lootens Karl Marx, Theodor Adorno, Émile Durkheim, Ruth Benedict, Samuel Huntington, Michel Foucault, Bronisław Malinowski, Peter Blau, George … More
By Femke Boom “Most books on witchcraft will tell you that witches work naked. This is because books on witchcraft … More
Why is feminist pornography important?
By Nanette Ashby How did you first learn about sex? Where did you learn the most about sex? You probably … More
Decolonial Feminism in Academia, Rosalba Icaza
By Therese Gatterburg Anti-Racism Awareness Week, Radboud University The Anti-Racism Awareness Week, hosted by the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion office, had … More
Lizzy Dorp: First Female Dutch Lawyer
And it’s April already, how the time flys by. You know what that means? A new month full of informative … More
Dido Elizabeth Belle: Indirect Influence on the Abolishment
The last article of March has a woman as its topic who differs from all the previous ones we presented … More