Sally Feldman

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Heels are instruments both of torture and feminism, says Sally Feldman

Is updating children’s literature censorship or sensible? asks Sally Feldman

Practitioners of the genre are undervalued in the selfie era, argues Sally Feldman

Deifying young fashion designers does them no favours and slights the many who make their work possible, says Sally Feldman

Fictional journalists show more principle than their BBC counterparts, says Sally Feldman

A surprising graduation talk on climate change causes Sally Feldman to question her biases

Sally Feldman on the fashion choices available to female scholars

A new history of the elevator prompts Sally Feldman to consider life’s ups and downs

Sally Feldman on efforts to counter negative attitudes towards women on and offline

Which fairy tale is the greatest of them all? Sally Feldman on enduring themes

Hate meetings? You need them more than you think, says Sally Feldman

Its study is not frivolous, and it deserves academic recognition, says Sally Feldman

Sally Feldman dissects the benefits of an old-fashioned but pedagogically rich practice

Sally Feldman on UUK’s attempts to reconcile incompatible truth claims

Sally Feldman welcomes a modern reimagining of the incomparable Jane

Sally Feldman on students’ transition from adolescence to adulthood

Joshua Oppenheimer’s film about the perpetrators of Indonesian genocide has impact in spades, says Sally Feldman

Limiting hours would lift the burden on women, says Sally Feldman

Where have all the student satirists gone? wonders Sally Feldman

Academic input would boost a neglected war museum, says Sally Feldman