“The height of supposed female emancipation coincides so perfectly with consumerism”

Nina Power is a cultural critic, social theorist, philosopher and translator. Formerly a senior lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University, Power's interests are in philosophy, art, feminism and politics. She regularly contributes to Wire, Radical Philosophy, The Guardian and The Philosophers' Magazine. Nina is a founding member of Defend The Right To Protest and is on the organising committee for Marxism in Culture. She is author of One Dimensional Women, which highlights consumerism’s influence on feminism, and What Do Men Want?

“A welcome reminder that there is more to feminism than Either/Or” - New Statesman

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