Seminar Series 2014

History of Feminism Seminars 2014 Part of the RSHC ‘Conversations and Disputations’ series Thursday April 10, 5:30 pm (please note that it will begin at 5.30, not 6pm as was previously indicated) Agnes Arnold-Forster (KCL),  ‘The Changing Nineteenth-Century: Feminism and Medical Historiography, 1968-1980’ Jennifer Thomson (QMUL), ‘A ‘United’ Kingdom? Disparity in abortion legislation between Great Britain…

Extended CFP Flying: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Kate Millett 30.05.14

CFP DEADLINE EXTENDED: 14 MARCH 2014 Flying: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Kate Millett30 May 2014School of ArtsBirkbeck, University of London Supported by the Feminist Review Trust Keynote: Victoria Hesford (SUNY Stony Brook University), author of Feeling Women’s Liberation (Duke UP, 2013) Papers are invited for an interdisciplinary conference dedicated to the work of Kate Millett.…

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…