Mary Beard

You cannot easily fit women into a structure that is already coded as male; you have to change the structure. That means thinking about power differently. It means decoupling it from public prestige. It means thinking collaboratively, about the power of followers not just of leaders. It means, above all, thinking about power as an attribute or even a verb (‘to power’), not as a possession.

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  1. shinichi says:

    Women & Power: A Manifesto

    by Mary Beard

  2. shinichi says:


    by Mary Beard

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