Feminist Thinking

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Feminist Thinking Lectures

Tuesdays 2–3 p.m.

Examination Schools, Room 6 
 
Week 1: October 9
Women’s Studies: Eleri Watson
Week 2: October 16
Simone de Beauvoir: Sex and Gender, Epistemic Injustice: Katherine Morris
Week 3: October 23
Gender and Post-Colonialism: Jane Hiddleston
Week 4: October 30
Feminism and the Body: Phenomenological, Cultural and Political Perspectives: Katherine Morris
Week 5: November 6
Poststructuralism and Feminism: From Docile Bodies to Rhizomatic PoliticsPelagia Goulimari
Week 6: November 13
Gender: Contemporary debates in analytic philosophy: Mari Mikkola
Week 7: November 20
The Postmodernism Debate and the Critique of Identity Politics: Pelagia Goulimari
Week 8: November 27
The Straight Mind/The Queer Body: Jeri Johnson

Seminars take place on 2-4pm on Fridays in Ryle Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building.

All Welcome. 

 

11 May

Dr Aurora Morcillo - “Visible and Invisible: Ordinary Acts of Resistance During the Twilight of the Franco Regime”

1 June

Professor Ashmita Khasnabish -  "Virtual Diaspora and Postcolonial Feminism"

 

Feminist Thinking is a seminar series organised by the Women's Studies MSt cohort. You can find out more about the MSt here.

Organised with the support of the faculties of Classics, English, History, Modern Languages and Philosophy

Convened by Sarah Crook, Pelagia Goulimari and Claudia Pazos-Alonso

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