In Prospect online this week, Rebecca Davies, online film editor at the Telegraph, asks why there are so few female film critics in Britain. Many of the first writers to treat cinema as something worth reviewing were women, and the situation is different in the US, for instance, where there are prominent female reviewers. Can women really just have lost interest in the medium, or is it sexism?
Also this week, Stephen Schwartz responds to the surprising result of the Prospect/Foreign Policy global public intellectuals poll, and Ehsan Masood’s article on the winner, Fethullah Gülen. Gülen, argues Schwartz, is not…
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