DO WE STILL NEED A FEMINIST THEORY? SOME THOUGHTS ON THE COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND SOCIETY IN ITALY

The Feminist Research Group presents: DO WE STILL NEED A FEMINIST THEORY? SOME THOUGHTS ON THE COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND SOCIETY IN ITALY UEL Docklands Campus, room EB 3.02  4th April, 2-4pm, – all welcome! https://www.facebook.com/groups/239499839509368/ Olivia Guaraldo, University of Verona, Italy Is feminism still transformative or has it lost its ability to connect theory and…

London Seminar Group Meeting – ‘Motherhood and Other Work in Indian and “Western” Feminist Theory’ by Dr Elizabeth Jackson (Birkbeck)

‘Postcolonial approaches to feminism’, The History of Feminism Network’s seminar series, in association with the Birkbeck Institute for Gender and Sexuality, continues on 22 January 2010 with a paper by Dr Elizabeth Jackson (Birkbeck) entitled:  ‘Motherhood and Other Work in Indian and “Western” Feminist Theory’ Dr Elizabeth Jackson (Birkbeck). Please email the seminar conveners, Dr Naomi Hetherington n.hetherington@bbk.ac.uk…

London Seminar Group Meeting – Turning faces to the future: writing women’s history and postmodernism,1986-2006

The London Group of the History of Feminism Network will meet on Wednesday 18 March for its fifth seminar of the year in the Activities Room of the The Women’s Library from 5:30 to 7:30. We will be discussing a paper by Angela Grainger of The Women’s Library: Turning faces to the future: writing women’s history and postmodernism,1986-2006…

London Group Seminar – ‘George Eliot and Her ‘Feminist’ Past: Sympathetic Readings of Mary Wollstonecraft and Madame de Sablé’

The London Group of the History of Feminism Network will meet on Wednesday 18 February for its fourth seminar of the year in the Activities Room of the The Women’s Library from 5:30 to 7:30. We will be discussing a paper by Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi of Exeter University: ‘George Eliot and Her ‘Feminist’ Past: Sympathetic Readings of Mary Wollstonecraft and Madame de Sablé ‘. …

London Seminar – ‘We were always more radical than that’: The question of ‘deradicalisation’ in British feminism

The London Group of the History of Feminism Network will meet on Wednesday 10 December for its second seminar of the year in the Activities Room of the The Women’s Library from 5:30 to 7:30. We will be discussing a paper by Jonathan Dean of the London School of Economics and Political Science: ‘We were always more radical than…