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03
Oct
2014

Reclaiming Feminism: EnGendering Change conference

The Association of Women Educators (AWE) conference is a landmark national summit for educators and policy makers.

07
Oct
2014

Panel Discussion: Islam and the Headscarf

"Exploring the link between Islam and the headscarf and how the Western world has become focused on the headscarf as representative of Islam"

08
Oct
2014

Is prison obsolete? 7th bi-annual conference

The organisers of this conference say it's time to forget reform - it is time to talk about abolishing prisons in society. The conference will explore and encourage discussion about abolition and alternatives to prison over three days.

16
Oct
2014

Queer Objects: A Symposium with Robyn Wiegman and Annamarie Jagose

More than two decades after queer theory’s emergence, presenters at this symposium are invited to engage with queer as an object and with the object lessons of queer theory.

16
Oct
2014

Queer theory's queer sex

Distinguished lecture by Professor Robyn Wiegman, Duke University. A co-presentation of Queer Objects symposium and ANU Gender Institute 2014 public lecture series 'Feminist Theory Now'.

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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