Come along to Waterstones Trafalgar Square on the 21st November, where feminist scholar Joni Seager will be discussing her new book, The Women’s Atlas, Myriad 2018, with Catherine Mayer, co-founder of the Women’s Equality Party and author of Attack of the 50 Ft. Women.
Joni Seager is a feminist geographer and Professor of Global Studies at Bentley University in Boston. She has achieved international acclaim for her work in feminist environmental policy analysis, the environmental costs of militaries and militarism, and gender and climate change.
Seager is the author of many books, including five editions of the award-winning feminist classic The Women’s Atlas, two editions of The State of the Environment Atlas, and Earth Follies: Coming to Feminist Terms With the Global Environmental Crisis.
The Women’s Atlas is an invaluable feminist resource and example of cutting-edge data visualization. This beautifully designed new edition of Seager’s award-winning atlas matches the mood of the moment with bold, vivid infographics to illustrate the status of women worldwide and the diversity of their experiences.
‘A life-saver and page-turner… This will add to everyone’s knowledge and power. Nobody should be without this book.’ Gloria Steinem
Tickets are just £3 and available now from the Waterstones website.