3 Matching Annotations
  1. Jan 2019
    1. feministpolitics of locations

      This reminds me of an article I read on a feminist reading of Jekyll and Hyde where the buildings and doors were described as either feminine or masculine. "The baize red door" that stood between Hyde and the outside world was described as menstruation, therefore feminine. The male character taking an ax to it was seen as violence against a woman. That was the last time I had seen feminism and locations being grouped together, so this particular phrasing struck me.

  2. Apr 2018
    1. Real Seminario de San Carlos

      n. one of the oldest educational institutions of Zaragoza, Spain

  3. Jan 2014