It appears that at any given time, I have one or two major projects going on at Wikipedia (often at the expense of this blog), and I should get into the habit of unleasing my point of view on these pages, since I'm not supposed to in Wikipedia.
Lately, I've written a few stubs and a few half-finished articles on Norwegian feminists. I stumbled across this when I for reasons I can't remember wrote an article on Katti Anker Møller. I got in touch with a few people who know more about the topic than I do and found some recommendations for further articles.
Aside from Katti Anker Møller, one was particularly interesting to me, namely Berit Ås, who was active in politics in the 1970s. She was elected to one term in the Norwegian parliament, as the first leader of the newly founded Socialist Left Party. When she was active, I largely dismissed her as a hopelessly radical politician, dogmatically socialist with no sense of reality. As it turns out, I was mostly wrong.