Professor Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics
5 April 2019 - 5:30pm
Trends in gender equality across the world suggest that there has been considerable progress on basic human capabilities of health and education that are conducive to women’s participation in the public domain.
This book reviews what was known as the Green Revolution in agricultural research from the 1940s to the 1970s and the recurring theme of the forgotten women farmers in all of these processes and that these technical advances were, and still remain, gender blind.
This research draws on interviews by Tim Leach conducted with over 70 people with HIV, men with diverse sexualities and transgender Papua New Guineans on their experiences of discrimination, their thoughts on human rights in PNG, their views on their organisations and on whether donor supports have been helpful or otherwise.
This talk explores tensions between the media’s function as a spatially networked public sphere and the presumptive privacy of the domestic sphere, between bodies and screens, and between selves and images, and the implications of these tensions, especially for sexual subjects.
Moshe Rosenzveig; Sandy Edwards; Professor Denise Ferris; Jeff Moorfoot; Anne O'Hehir
8 March 2019 - 9:30am
Come and join the ANU School of Art and Design to hear some great talks and conversation about women in photography and the photographic arts today. You will hear from long-standing practitioners, curators, educators, and passionate photographic arts community members.
While the knowledge and practices of Indigenous coastal and marine societies has attracted the attention of many scholars, the focus has tended to be on the contribution of men while the activities of women have either been overlooked or, at best, narrowly described.