The future of disability studies through the intersections

The Future of Disability Studies through the Intersections is part of a webinar series on 'Feminist Perspectives on Disability' About this Event This FSA event will consider the productive intersections between disability studies/activism and feminist studies/activism. Through a panel discussion, our speakers will consider how discourses around disability might intersect with gender, sex, race and class, and…

Upcoming Event: Covid-19, Feminist Academia and Social Justice Issues

Open a search form in a modal window Covid-19, Feminist Academia and Social Justice Issues TIME 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm  DATE 18 Sep 2020 REGISTER We are pleased to announce a joint event between the Feminist Studies Association (FSA) and the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender (CSWG) at the University of…

Call for Delegates | ‘Women in the Wake of May 68’ | May 16th King’s College, Strand Campus

  Photo by Nicole Honeywill on Unsplash   Invitation to the conference ‘Women in the Wake of May 68’. One of the largest mass movements in French history, May 68 represented the culmination of a rejection of the established moral order. This period of civil unrest is often considered the cultural, social, and moral turning…

*Registration Open* CENTENNIAL REFLECTIONS ON WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE AND THE ARTS Local : National : Transnational

*Registration Open*   CENTENNIAL REFLECTIONS ON WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE AND THE ARTS Local : National : Transnational   An international, multi-disciplinary public conference University of Surrey, UK, 29–30 June 2018   Keynote Speakers: • Irene Cockroft, author of Women in the Arts & Crafts and Suffrage Movements at the Dawn of the 20th Century • Elizabeth…

New Event: Feminist Classics Revisited 5 on Black British Feminism (1997) with Professor Heidi Mirza

Feminist Classics Revisited 5 on Black British Feminism (1997) with Professor Heidi Mirza Friday, December 8, 2-6pm, McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge This annual series is co-convened by Sarah Franklin at Cambridge and Sara Ahmed, an independent scholar. Each year a classic feminist text is the subject of a symposium attended by the author or editor.…

Event: Families and Relationships across Crises

Families and Relationships across Crises Friday 12th May, 1.00-7.00 Amnesty International, 25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA We would like to invite you to the launch and celebration of the Special Issue of Discover Society http://discoversociety.org/ 'Families and Relationships across Crises' (May, 2017), and the 'Private Lives, Public Intimacies' and 'Justice, Rights, Borders' research streams in…

Event: Gender Harm & Suicides in Prison

Gender Harm & Suicides in Prison 8th March 2017 – 3:30pm – 6:00pm Woods-Scawen Room, Warwick Arts Centre ‘Our prisons are in crisis with insufficient funding and staff, and prisoner safety is at risk. This event brings together academics, policymakers, practitioners and stakeholders, to consider ways of reducing the risks of harm and suicide for…

Event: Gender, Sexuality and the Sensory: A one-day symposium

Gender, Sexuality and the Sensory   A one-day symposium    Hosted by Feminist Theory journal and the Gender, Sexuality and Culture and Visual and Sensory Research clusters in the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent.   Friday 19th May 2017, 10:00-18.00 University of Kent, Canterbury Grimond Building, Lecture Theatre 3   With the turn…

Event: Celebrating Suffragettes: Edith Craig and Ethel Smyth, Collaborators in Women’s Suffrage Drama, Art and Music

Celebrating Suffragettes: Edith Craig and Ethel Smyth, Collaborators in Women's Suffrage Drama, Art and Music   Professor Katharine Cockin will give an illustrated talk on women's suffrage drama, art and music with reference to her new biography, Edith Craig and the Theatres of Art (Bloomsbury Methuen Drama 2017). This will be followed by Dr Simon…