Elizabeth Mackinlay is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of Queensland.
"Mackinlay re-envisages how feminist knowledge can be articulated through her audacious and engaging mix of reflection, analysis, narrative, poetry, and line drawings. This is a refreshingly personal and powerfully collective analysis of doing feminism in hostile institutions. It will give heart to many."-Alison Bartlett, University of Western Australia, Perth "This highly readable book is a love story about feminism at the same time as a rigorous investigation ... a must read for undergraduate students and for scholars-who-don't-identify-as-feminist, core reading for gender courses at all levels, and mandatory reading for feminist and gender academics."-Julie White, Victoria University