Rosalind Coward (also known as Ros Coward, born 1952) is a British academic, journalist and writer.

She has been a columnist for The Guardian from 1992 and was previously a regular contributor to The Observer and Marxism Today. She wrote a regular column for The Guardian's Comment pages between 1995 and 2004. From 2005-2008 she was the author of the regular "Living With Mother" column for the Saturday Guardian's Family section, about the problems faced by those caring for people with dementia.

Her career in journalism includes feature writing for many national newspapers and magazines including the London Evening Standard, Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan and the New Statesman.

She is known for her writing on feminist issues and in cultural semiotics. Her books including Female Desire and Our Treacherous Hearts are still widely cited, as is the essay "Are Women's Novels Feminist Novels", originally written for Feminist Review.

She has a strong interest in environmental issues, and wrote a regular column for The Ecologist magazine. Since 2005 she has been a director of Greenpeace UK. She is currently Professor of Journalism at Roehampton University.


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One of the reasons for the failure of feminism to dislodge deeply held perceptions of male and female behaviour was its insistence that women were victims, and men powerful patriarchs, which made a travesty of ordinary people's experience of the mutual interdependence of men and women.
Rosalind Coward (b. 1953), British author. Our Treacherous Hearts, ch. 9 (1992).

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