Link Roundup #23: Feminist Fashion, Academic Freedom, & Student Debt

Link Roundup #23


  • We Need a New War on Poverty [DAME]

  • The red thread of obsession: Evolved human capacities for vigilance and worry are both exacerbated and rewarded by the intense pressure of modern life [Aeon]

  • Tavi Gevinson: From bedroom blogger to new-media mogul: Tavi’s passion project becomes big business [The Gentlewoman]

  • My Life As a Cautionary Tale: Probing the limits of academic freedom [The Chronicle Review]

  • The Wardrobe with Val McDermid [The Gentlewoman]

  • Student Debt is Transforming the American Family [The New Yorker]

  • Margaret Atwood Expands the World of “The Handmaid’s Tale” [The New Yorker]

  • Enacting Critical Feminist Librarianship: Examining LIS Book Clubs as a Means of Collaborative Inquiry and Professional Value Formation [UH Scholarspace]

  • My plan for Universal Child Care [Team Warren on Medium]

  • DEFENDING DOMESTIC WORKERS: MacArthur genius Ai-jen Poo makes the economic case for listening [Quartz]