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Worthy and unworthy lives

SIMILARITY: In The Force of Nonviolence, Judith Butler writes that systematic discrimination is the main cause of all violence.

In the shadow of Einstein

TRAGICAL FATE: The unreasonable treatment of hopeful scientist Mileva Einstein-Marić continued after her death.

"Our existence depends on changing our growth and ...

WOMEN OF CHANGE: MODERN TIMES is talking to experienced Sandrine Dixson-Declève this time about sustainable growth and green development. She is now the leader of the European Commission's Expert Group for Research and Innovation.

Why does Islam need a sexual revolution?

ISLAM: In a time when fear of Islam is spreading, Seyran Ates writes that Islam needs a sexual revolution to gain respect from the world community.
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"Of course Europe must take responsibility"

THE GREEN EUROPE: "European Green Deal" is reminiscent of the first UN climate report 30 years ago, according to Margrete Auken in the European Parliament. "When it comes to the climate, we can't wait to come up with something smart. We must act now, ”she tells MODERN TIMES.

Born in the wrong booth

SEXUALITY: In the book American Boys, we see portraits of transgender reality, which are rooted in society's basic mistaken notion of gender and sexuality.

Who will own the stories?

POWER: Whose Story Is This? encourages each of us to change the world by changing what story we choose to tell and who it belongs to.
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About belonging

IDENTITY: Finally comes the book about what it's like to grow up between two cultures, told by Norwegian third-culture children.
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Surrogacy is a job

FEED MACHINES? In Full Surrogacy Now, Sophie Lewis wants to change the surrogacy industry. She wants to strengthen the rights of the parties and avoid abuse.

No means no

RAPE: Mithu Sanyal has written Rape: From Lucretia to #MeToo in the aftermath of #MeToo, where rape is one of the battles for feminism and still part of the news scene.

A woman in the boys club

PHOTO: Inge Morath was one of the few female photographers of the 1950 who gained membership in the male-dominated Magnum Photos. In this illustrated biography we get to take part in her adventurous and unconventional life.

Honest and surprising meeting with Kuwaiti women

ITS OWN ROOM: In Women of Kuwait, we get an insight into the lives of various Kuwaiti women through their bedrooms. Apparently there is little that separates them and other women in the world.

The hidden fascism

FASCISM: Is it possible to live a non-fascist life in a society built on fascist power structures?

Heroines Hatun

DEADLY INDEPENDENCE FIGHT: The German docu-drama Nur eine Frau portrays Hatun Sürücü's fateful struggle for independence and ends with her brother's honor killing.

The damned woman gender

TABU: In Rude we get to know the female body's taboo but very natural source of sadness and joy - it's about the abdomen, from orgasm to pain and pregnancy.

Happiness is being genderless

DISPLAY: Artist Rona Yefman explores gender freedom in the transformative exhibition The Strongest Girl in the World at the Oslo Art Association.

Confined by their own family

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.

A tribute to the strong immigrant mothers

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.

Bone women's fight in a male-dominated industry

DISCRIMINATION: Jill Abramson gives the unmasked truth about how female journalists are subjected to sexism in some of America's largest newspaper houses.

The hopeful spring

YOUTH: Ali Smith continues its season quartet with Spring - a political and unconventional novel that gets you out of winter hibernation.

Joyful journey in the world of art

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.

Fiction or reality?

SEX: Asymmetry highlights stories about gender roles, nationality and power and gives us an unforgettable asymmetrical experience, in both form and content.

To fill the void

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?

Nostalgic outsiders

Three female documentary photographers - Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin - exhibit their contemporary photographs of the imperfections of marginalized and ordinary people.
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Women's collective anger

#METOO: Good and Mad encourages women to show their minds so that together we can create revolution and rule the patriarchy.