Author/Editor: Sinith Sittirak


Sinith Sittirak is a lecturer at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communications at Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand. She is a feminist and environmentalist who has authored Prostitution and Development in Thailand, The Rise of Thai Television (1950-1957). Her most recent publication is Daughters of Development: Women in the Changing Environment (1999). She is currently doing a PhD in Women's Studies at the University of Victoria, Wellington, on reclaiming the voices of rural women in Thailand.

Books published by, or available from, Spinifex
Daughters of Development, The

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Dark Matter

Dark Matter

Robin Morgan

I‘ve had me up my sleeve
I‘ve pulled me from my hat
I’ve planted myself in the audience
as the patsy I dare to decipher...



Renate Klein

   Pared down to cold hard facts, surrogacy is the commissioning/buying/ renting of a woman into whose womb an embryo is...

The Pimping of Prostitution

The Pimping of Prostitution

Julie Bindel

This book examines one of the most contested issues facing feminists, human rights activists and governments around the...

I'm the Girl Who Was Raped

I'm the Girl Who Was Raped

Michelle Hattingh

I am the statistic that I read about. I am the thing I always feared most. I am rape.

That morning, Michelle had...

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