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21
Oct
2014

Queer Posthumanism in Ming Wong’s Video Installations and Performance Art

This paper examines Singaporean artist Ming Wong and his selected video works that deal with identity, gender and displacement. Wong’s works are concerned with the ways the artist’s body and his queerness inhabit and move across familiar, national and diasporic locations.

23
Oct
2014

Curating Feminism

Curating Feminism: A Contemporary Art and Feminism event co-hosted by Sydney College of the Arts, School of Letters, Arts and Media, and The Power Institute, University of Sydney

28
Oct
2014

Society would flourish under female rule: Intelligence Squared Debate

An upcoming debate in the Intelligence Squared debate series in Sydney aims to answer the question: might the world be a better place if women had real power in shaping its future?

29
Oct
2014

“Women go to the clinic and men go to jail”: gender violence and human rights in Aboriginal central Australia

As part of the ANU Anthropology seminar series, Dr Sarah Holocombe will be presenting her work on gender violence and human rights in Aboriginal central Australia.

 

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10
Nov
2014

YWCA Canberra Presents Julia Gillard in Conversation

YWCA Canberra is proud to announce it will be hosting the Canberra launch of Julia Gillard’s biography, My Story.

11
Nov
2014

A Passion for Peace work-in-progress performance

A Passion for Peace celebrates the centenary of the International Congress of Women — a peace congress held at The Hague in April/May 1915 with over 1200 women from warring and neutral countries.

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