Three on the Third is a monthly series in which we highlight three books new to the library collection. Summaries of the books are provided along with shelf location and a link to the item in the catalog. This month we are featuring several exciting new additions to our collection related to Women’s History Month.
Time and Tide
by Catherine Clay
The first in-depth study of the landmark modern feminist magazine, Time and Tide. Unique in establishing itself as the only female-run intellectual weekly in the golden age of the weekly review, Time and Tide both challenged persistent prejudices against women’s participation in public life and played an instrumental role in redefining women’s gender roles and identities. Drawing on extensive new archival research, Catherine Clay recovers the contributions to this magazine of both well- and lesser-known British women writers, editors, critics and journalists and explores a cultural dialogue about literature, politics and the arts that took place beyond the parameters of modernist ‘little magazines.’ The book makes a major contribution to the history of women’s writing and feminism in Britain between the wars.
PN5124 .W6 C53 2018
Catalog Link – Time and Tide
Broad Strokes: 15 Women who Made Art History
by Bridget Quinn
Historically, major women artists have been excluded from the mainstream art canon. Aligned with the resurgence of feminism in pop culture, Broad Strokes offers an entertaining corrective to that omission. Art historian Bridget Quinn delves into the lives and careers of 15 brilliant female artists in text that’s smart, feisty, educational, and an enjoyable read. Replete with beautiful reproductions of the artists’ works and contemporary portraits of each artist by renowned illustrator Lisa Congdon, this is art history from 1600 to the present day for the modern art lover, reader, and feminist.
N8354 .Q47 2017
Catalog Link – Broad Strokes
The Art of Feminism: Images that Shaped the Fight for Equality
Since its inception, the women’s movement has harnessed the power of the image to transmit its message. From the posters of the Suffrage Atelier, to the photographs of Carrie Mae Weems, this comprehensive survey traces the ways in which feminists have shaped art and visual culture from the mid-nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Featuring more than 350 works of art, illustration, photography, performance, graphic design, and public protest, this stunning volume showcases the vibrancy and daring of the feminist aesthetic over the last 150 years.
N72.F45 A78 2018
Catalog Link – The Art of Feminism