Feminist Manifestas

Women's & Gender Studies

In Pauline Greenhill's WGS-3301 Feminisms: Background & Fundamentals course (Fall 2011), the final assignment asked students to prepare their own Feminist Manifesta. They creatively responded (sometimes humorously) with demands, suggestions, and visions. Here are just a few examples:

"Feminism with Dick and Jane", Lindsay De Jaegher.

Manifesta, Heather Scott.

"Rita Lynn and Her Path to Raspberry River", Marcie Fehr.

"Thinking Inside the Box: A Single White Female's Guide to Effective Oppression, in Just Twelve Simple Steps", Amy B. Wood.

"Teenage Mutant Diabetic", Amy B. Wood.