At this meeting we are privileged to have Dr Sinead McEneaney as our guest speaker. She will be seeking feedback on work she is preparing titled ‘“Not picketing in front of bra factories...”: revolutionary women and alternatives to the “second wave”’.
Professor Dianne Otto; Associate Professor Susan Harris Rimmer; Kate Ogg
4 July 2019 - 12:30pm
In the Research Handbook on Feminist Engagement with International Law, a network of scholars and practitioners from a diverse group of countries contemplate the future of feminist engagement with international law.
Just as same-sex marriage is becoming increasingly legalized and accepted in more and more societies, transgender people’s bodies have been emerging as the new frontier of the gender wars not only in public discourse, but also in feminist theory.
U.S. colleges and universities have experimented with dozens of different programs to promote faculty diversity, including anti-bias training, taskforces, mentoring programs, work-life programs, and anti-harassment initiatives.
At this meeting we will continue our consideration of ‘queer’ history/historiography with a reading – Barry Reay, ‘Writing the Modern Histories of Homosexual England’, The Historical Journal 52 (1), 2009 – that discusses histories of desire that resist present-day sexual assumptions.
In The Oocyte Economy Catherine Waldby draws on 130 interviews---with scientists, clinicians, and women who have either donated or frozen their oocytes or received those of another woman---to trace how the history of human oocytes' perceived value intersects with the biological and social life of women.