Denna diskussion är för närvarande "vilande"—det sista inlägget är mer än 90 dagar gammalt. Du kan återstarta det genom att svara på inlägget.
All in all quite entertaining for kids.
Art, feminism: Art and Feminism edited by Helena Reckitt. Couldn't quite get on with this book. The introduction was too "art historian" for my level of knowledge and many of the works were performance pieces represented by still photos with descriptions which made them sound juvenile and pretentious. Images of some of the static pieces and more obviously political work did resonate with me, but again the descriptions often seemed to refer to a closed-in art world aesthetic.
History,women: Women in the Viking Age by Judith Jesch. An attempt to piece together the position of women in the Viking Age using archaeology, meagre contemporary sources, and the later Sagas.