All posts tagged: Women

Venice

Seasonal list of pleasures

Sunday afternoon finds me on a bench in Giardino della Guastala, facing the colourful building of the Synagogue. Life is good. Children, generously covered with sticky ice-cream stains are playing in the sight of their talkative parents. Young lady in jeans is walking a chocolate […]

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Three Women To Inspire February

I was born in a small hospital in Tokyo. Mamma says she remembers two things: A mouse running across the floor, which she took as a sign of good luck.A nurse bending down and whispering apologetically: “I am afraid it’s a girl. Would you prefer to […]

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#readwomen2014

Women have to break their silence. They have to write. Elif Shafak, Black Milk Recently Time Magazine posted an article on the reading habits of the Americans. According to the Pew report, the adult readers could be brought to 82% female and 69% male. Further […]

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Honour, Elif Shafak

Those who hear, those who see

The summer is at its height. I spend serious part of my time in brainstorming the structure of my Master thesis writing on Women’s digital activism or trying to figure out how new media and technology could enhance women’s participation in economic and political life […]

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