Issue 36

Issue 36 was published in Winter 1997/98.


Table of Contents:

Dispatches from the front lineSarah Maguire on bringing rapists to justice in former Yugoslavia — and beyond

Back to natureDebbie Cameron casts a critical eye over the fashionable new discipline of ‘evolutionary psychology’

Confronting an atrocityLiz Kelly suggests there are lessons to be learned from the Dutroux case in Belgium

Charting troubled watersShahidah Janjua takes issue with racism and sexism in Northern Ireland

We can work it outThangam Debbonaire investigates what’s right and what’s wrong with women-only workplaces

The beast, the family and the innocent childrenSue Scott and Linda Watson-Brown reflect on Dunblane

All in a day’s work?Ruth Swirsky and Celia Jenkins argue that prostitution is not just a job like any other

Sweeping statementsDianne Butterworth, Debbie Cameron, Jill Radford and Joan Scanlon discuss the politics of cleaning

Don’t ask her, she’s just the cleanerNorah Al-Ani gives a cleaner’s point of view

Whose sexual agendas?Stevi Jackson reviews Lynne Segal’s collection New Sexual Agendas

Not a happy ending — Radical feminists respond to the death of Princess Diana


Download PDF scan of Issue 36