Catherine Rottenberg

Catherine Rottenberg

Catherine Rottenberg is currently a Marie Sklodowska Curie visiting professor at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her latest book The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism is scheduled to appear in August 2018. 

United States

Trump: 'the fortune' of the progressive left

Trump's overt racism, xenophobia and misogyny have helped US progressives to become more daring, vocal and visible.

Trump: 'the fortune' of the progressive left

Women's Rights

Can #MeToo go beyond white neoliberal feminism?

Who can say #MeToo and who will be heard?

Can #MeToo go beyond white neoliberal feminism?

Oscars

Why Hollywood has abandoned Brand Israel

Oscar nominees' refusal to be paid props for Brand Israel could reflect a desire to avoid a very polarised discussion.

Why Hollywood has abandoned Brand Israel

Human Rights

Trumping it up: Neoliberalism on steroids

Trump's ascendency should not be seen as marking neoliberalism's demise, but rather as ushering in its newest stage.

Trumping it up: Neoliberalism on steroids

Politics

Why women should support Sanders not Clinton

The idea that having a woman in office will automatically make the lives of most US women better is wrong-headed.

Why women should support Sanders not Clinton

US & Canada

Hijacking feminism

Powerful women are introducing a new form of feminism devoid of social justice, argues Rottenberg.

Hijacking feminism