Tara Westover, Katy Morgan-Davies: Educated / The Girl In the Shadows TRAPPED: In two autobiographies, we get to know Tara Westover and Katy Morgan-Davies, respectively, who were both brainwashed, manipulated, abused and held captive by their own family – until they finally manage to escape.
Shazia Majid: Out of the shadows CONTEMPORARY HISTORY: Out of the Shadows tells of the harsh equality struggle for immigrant mothers who followed their husbands to Norway in the hope of a better life, but who were met with xenophobia, racism and prejudice.
Jill Abramson: Merchants of Truth – The Business of News and the Fight for Facts Author DISCRIMINATION: Jill Abramson gives the unmasked truth about how female journalists are subjected to sexism in some of America's largest newspaper houses.
Chris Kraus: Social Practices ARTIST LIFE: In Social Practices, Chris Kraus portrays the lives of various artists in a subtle collage of autobiographical texts. The book is about her self as much as the artists portrayed.
Jeannette Fischer: Psychoanalyst meets Marina Abramović PERFORMANCE: Is it possible to get acquainted with the art of Marina Abramović at a psychoanalytic level, where childhood and parents have played a crucial role?
Rebecca Traister: Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger Simon & Schuster, USA #METOO:Good and Mad encourages women to show their minds so that together we can create revolution and rule the patriarchy.
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