I still have all my old textbooks from grad school. I suppose I will as long as I still refer to them from time to time. Or until I decide with absolute certainty that I’m not going back to grad school.
Some things are never certain.
As I toy with the idea of getting the PhD, I find myself thumbing through these particular books more than the other more general tomes (although who doesn’t love a Saturday night picking through quantitative methodologies?). So if I do go back, at least I’ve finally picked a field. Baby steps.
I subscribed to the journal Feminist Theory the first couple of years after I graduated. I wanted to make sure that I kept up.
Then I discovered blogging.
You know what feminists – particularly emerging feminists – are really good at? Blogging. As a medium, it lends itself well to flushing out concepts and working through identities and ideologies.
I know this month is supposed to be about shelves and books, but my reading life would not be as rich without many of the blogs I read.
Here are some of my favorite feminist blogs:
There are so many more, but these are the ones that make me want to get that degree and be a professional feminist.