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Whose Story Is This?: Old Conflicts, New Chapters

Whose Story Is This?: Old Conflicts, New Chapters

by Rebecca Solnit

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Overview

Who gets to shape the narrative of our times? The current moment is a battle royale over that foundational power, one in which women, people of color, non-straight people are telling other versions, and white people and men and particularly white men are trying to hang onto the old versions and their own centrality. In Whose Story Is This? Rebecca Solnit appraises what's emerging and why it matters and what the obstacles are.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642590180
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication date: 09/03/2019
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.00(d)

About the Author

Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit is the author of more than twenty books on feminism, western and indigenous history, popular power, social change and insurrection, wandering and walking, hope and disaster, including Call Them By Their True Names (Winner of the 2018 Kirkus Prize for Nonfiction), Men Explain Things to Me, The Mother of All Questions, and Hope in the Dark, all also with Haymarket; a trilogy of atlases of American cities; The Faraway Nearby; A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities that Arise in Disaster; A Field Guide to Getting Lost; Wanderlust: A History of Walking; and River of Shadows, Eadweard Muybridge and the Technological Wild West (for which she received a Guggenheim, the National Book Critics Circle Award in criticism, and the Lannan Literary Award). A product of the California public education system from kindergarten to graduate school, she is a columnist at the Guardian.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Whose Story (and Country) Is This? (Lithub)
Nobody Knows (Harper’s)
Truth and Its Bullies (Lithub)
At the Outset of the Earthquake: #metoo in October 2017
An Incomplete List of Things That Are Not Men’s Fault (Lithub)
The Fall of Men Is Greatly Exaggerated (Lithub)
Let This Flood of Stories Never Cease (Lithub)
The Problem with Sex Is Capitalism (Guardian)
There’s No Going Back (Guardian)
On Women’s Work and the Myth of the Art Monster (Lithub)
The Anger Complex (New Republic)
If I Were a Man (Guardian)
Crossing Over (on Mona Hatoum, borders, and bodies, museum essay)
City of Women (NYC atlas)
Long Distance (Harper’s)