The History of the Feminised Voice, published in Those Who Were Dancing

  • Rebecca W Morris

I published a history of the feminine voice in literature, poetry, songs, Irish and Greek mythology and popular culture. The feedback has been phenomenal. I am so touched when people take the time to read my work, and not only this but write me a personal note on how it impacted them. My favourite responses so far are: “Possibly the most compelling introduction to feminist thought I have ever had the privilege to read. I am now committed to delving deeper. It touches my core in so many ways. When the student is ready the teacher appears.” and “Thanks for writing this scholarly and remarkably interesting article. I hope it is part of a book you plan to publish at some point. It needs to be read widely.” Here is the link to the article: