Women & Power : A Manifesto
by Mary Beard
Editor: Profile Books Ltd
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Number One Sunday Times best-seller Number One Why the popular resonance of “mansplaining” (despite the intense aversion of duration felt by many men)It strikes home for us because it points directly at what it feels like not to be taken seriously: a bit like when I gave lectures on Roman history on Twitter.Great Britain’s best-known classicism Marie Barbe, is also a voice clerk and feministsWith deflection of mind, she revisits the gender agenda and shows how history has treated powerful women.His examples range from the classical world to modern times, from the Medusa and Athena inside Theresa May and Hillary Clinton.Barbe explores the cultural foundations of misogyny, taking into account women’s public speaking, our conceptions of women’s relationship with power, and how powerful women resist not to be wrapped in a male role model.With personal reflections on her own experience of sexism and gender-based online aggression, Mary asks her: if women are not perceived as in the structures of power, is it not the power that we need to redefine?From the author of the international best-seller SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome
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