Since writing the final chapter of my thesis (also, hello, its been a while but I was writing a thesis) I’ve been thinking a lot about feminist survival kits (Ahmed 2017). Both about the importance of having a feminist survival kit, and about being a feminist survival kit. Sara Ahmed (2017 p.236) teaches us that … Continue reading On feminist survival kits →
Loss is a strange feeling. I don’t know what to do with it. So I’ll tell you a story. A Conference In that other 2020 that didn’t happen, I’m in New Zealand, at the start of a conference. I’m with three fantastic women who are going to speak on a panel with me. We … Continue reading Loss is a strange feeling →
Why my last name is not Schrötter: some in-process thoughts on family, identity, refugee week and reconcilliation week.
This is an open story, it is in process. The process is a bit like path, and I’m not entirely sure where it’s leading. Along this path I think about family, identity, refugee week and reconcilliation week. These things converged. They got tangled. They probably could do with an extra tidy up, but here we … Continue reading Why my last name is not Schrötter: some in-process thoughts on family, identity, refugee week and reconcilliation week. →
Here are some words I wrote over on Facebook. I’ve got questions, and no answers. Sorry. But maybe you can help me think through this. So, if you’re willing, come on a thought experiment with me… Are university queer spaces safe for conservative queer people? (And if not, should they be? And would this create … Continue reading Questions I don’t have answers for (yet): Are uni queer spaces safe for conservative queer people? →
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I’m Rosie Clare. I’m a feminist researcher and writer interested in gender, sexuality, religion and posthumanism.
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