The Chief Justice of India’s recent remarks suggesting women have no place in the ongoing farmers’ protests may have gone unnoticed in the 1960s. Today they appear astonishing in their lack of awareness about what the face of the Indian farmer looks like.
Wild Mares, chronicles my journey through six lesbian-feminist land projects during the 1970s and ‘80s.
The Langham Place group thus challenged dominant conceptualisations of respectable femininity for rural womenthroughout the second half of the nineteenth-century
By the turn of the 20th century, California women had entered the ranks of specialty crop growers by the hundreds.