What’s New: Latest uploads, a recent publication, and tributes to Helen Lowe.

New articles uploaded:

Sexual Anarchy, Anarchophobia and Dangerous Desires. (2011)
How are ideas of sexual and political dangerousness connected? How can we challenge the polarization between academics and activists, theory and practice, and find new ways of propagating ideas?

From the Wilderness to the Beloved City: Elizabeth Gibson Cheyne. (2012)
‘Gautama of India, Jesus of Nazareth, Emerson of Concord, Abdu’l-Bahá of Persia … one God, though called by innumerable beautiful names’, wrote Elizabeth Gibson Cheyne after meeting Abdu’l-Bahá. Talk given at the Commemorative Day celebrating the centenary of Abdu’l-Bahá’s visit to Oxford.

Recently published:

‘Elizabeth and Wifrid Gibson: Art for Life’s Sake? Politics Religion and Poetry’ 2014, in Dymock Poets & Friends, No. 13, pp.36-38. Available now from www.dymock poets.co.uk. It will be made available here at a later date.

Note added September 2014: now available here online and for download.

Remembering Helen Lowe:

Two tributes to Helen have been added, remembering her involvement with Women Against Fundamentalism. 

‘The Fight for Justice and Peace’ by Pragna Patel

‘A True WAF Warrior’ by Clara Connolly

If you have memories of Helen to add to her page, please send them to  judy[at]judygreenway[dot]org[dot]uk