Category Archives : Million.North America

Rachel Carson (United States of America)

Rachel Carson is a famous American Marine Biologist. She is well known for preventing the production and abuse of DDT spraying. Besides being a scientist, she is also a novelist, written the famous “Ocean Trilogy”: Under the Sea, The Sea around Us and The Edge of the Sea, and also a book which has influenced […]

Donna Haraway(United States of America)

  Earned her PhD in Biology at Yale Univeristy in 1972 Having taught the history of science, science and technology studies, feminist theory, and multispecies studies at the University of Hawaii, the Johns Hopkins University, and since 1980 the University of California at Santa Cruz. With attention to the intersection of biological sciences with culture […]

Tani Barlow(United States of America)

                Tani Barlow teaches History at Rice University in Houston, Texas, USA.  Her scholarly work has focused on the history of theories about women’s liberation in the Chinese national tradition.  Additionally, she worked to establish The Project for Critical Asian Studies at University of Washington, where she taught […]

Maria Eugenia Santana(Mexico)

                Maria Eugenia Santana majored in Social Anthropology and did her Masters degree in Natural Resources and Rural Development, and her PhD in Social Sciences with a thesis about complementary money in the context of “Economy of Solidarity” in Mexico and Argentina (in September of 2008). Dr. Santana […]

Alicia Ojeda Santana((Mexico)

  I have a bachelor’s degree on Communication from ITESO University, in Mexico, class of 2010. I’m part of the Communication department of ESARQ College and collaborator as a copyeditor for the bilingual, Spanish and English, magazine Taxi, around the art. Last year I worked as a volunteer for six months in Brazilin an organization […]


Margo Okazawa-Rey (America)

    Name: Margo Okazawa-Rey Title: Professor Organisation: Fielding Graduate University Brief profile: Margo’s primary areas of research and activism: the interconnections of militarism, capitalism, and religious fundamentals and their impacts on women Having worked in East Asia, West Africa, and Palestine Member of International Board of Peace Women across the Globe in Bern Switzerland […]

Eve Ensler (American)

    Eve Ensler, Tony Award winning playwright, performer, and activist, is the author of The Vagina Monologues, which has been translated into over 48 languages, performed in over 140 countries, including sold-out runs at both Off-Broadway’s Westside Theater and on London’s West End (2002 Olivier Award nomination, Best Entertainment), and run for 10 years in […]

Jeane Kirkpatrick (United States of America)

“Democratic elections are not merely symbolic. …… They are competitive, periodic, inclusive, definitive elections in which the chief decision-makers in a government are selected by citizens who enjoy broad freedom to criticize government, to publish their criticism, and to present alternatives.”[1]   The above is the definition of democratic elections from Jeane Kirkpatrick, who is […]

Brenda Myers Powell (United States of America)

From the Darkest to the Brightest: Brenda Myers-Powell   In Native American culture, there is a handmade craft called Dreamcatcher. The parents hang it around the beds of their children, as a symbol which helps to bring good dreams and obstruct bad dreams for the young kids. On the street of United States, a woman […]