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cfp: Interdisciplinary Conference on Kate Millett

CFP DEADLINE EXTENDED: 14 March 2014 Flying: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Kate Millett 30 May 2014, School of Arts, Birkbeck University of London. Supported by the Feminist Review Trust. Keynote: Victoria Hesford (SUNY Stony Brook University), author of Feeling Women’s … Continue reading

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cfp: Black British Women’s Writing: Tracing the Tradition and New Directions

SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS: Black British Women’s Writing: Tracing the Tradition and New Directions 9 July 2014, University of Brighton, UK ***Deadline for Abstracts: 1 February 2014*** Keynote Speaker: Bernardine Evaristo Evening Readings by: Dorothea Smartt, Jay Bernard, Katy Massey and Sheree Mack Following … Continue reading

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Hot Topic: Feminist Memory Project

From Kirsten McCrea on Vimeo: “Hot Topic is an ongoing art project that investigates the role of artist-as-memory-keeper through the creation of an alternate cannon of feminist portraits. Begun in 2006, the series now comprises 80 paintings celebrating a diverse range … Continue reading

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Underwire 2013: Celebrating female film-makers (19-23 Nov, London)

Check out this upcoming London film festival celebrating female short-film makers. http://www.underwirefestival.com/2013festival/  

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cfp: The Born Digital and Cultural Heritage conference, Australia (June 2014)

CFP: The Born Digital and Cultural Heritage, 19-20 June, 2014, Melbourne Online athttp://playitagainproject.org/conference/call-for-papers/ (The CFP has recently been updated to include information on an optional technical proceedings, for people who would like to pursue this ahead of the conference.  We … Continue reading

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Feminism in the Media Panel Discussion (10 December 2013, London)

The Gender Institute co-hosts the Feminist Review annual panel discussion Date: Tuesday 10 December 2013 Time: 6-8pm Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building Speakers: Natalie Hanman, Lola Okolosie, Dr Tracey Reynolds Chair: Dr Sadie Wearing http://www.lse.ac.uk/publicEvents/events/2013/12/20131210t1830vSZT.aspx This panel will interrogate current representations … Continue reading

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In Conversation with The Women’s Liberation Movement (12 October 2013)

October 12th 2013 at the British Library   A day of dialogues between Women’s Liberation activists and younger feminists. Today Britain is experiencing a resurgence of feminist activity. From online activism to protests at the impact of government policies, women … Continue reading

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Re-Introducing Oshun: Exhibition discussing black women’s sexual and gender expression

07-17 October 2013, Shinobare Studios, 1 Andrew Road, Hackney, E8 4QL 17 October 2013, Lyric Hammersmith,  1 King Street,  W6 0QL ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ is an interdisciplinary exhibition that re-imagines black women’s bodies as sacred places of beauty, intimacy and love … Continue reading

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cfp: Suffragette Legacy – How does the History of Feminism Inspire Current Thinking in Manchester?

Suffragette Legacy; How does the History of Feminism Inspire Current Thinking in Manchester? full name / name of organization: Camilla Mørk Røstvik/University of Manchester with People’s History Museum Manchester contact email: suffragetteevent@gmail.com Suffragette Legacy How does the History of Feminism … Continue reading

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Feminist Media Praxis & Pedagogy Sites

Here’s a round up of some sites, journals and projects looking at media, activism, art and knowledge production. Re.framing Activism Feminist Online Spaces Media Praxis: Integrating Media Theory, Practice Politics Fembot: Feminism, New Media, Social & Technology Sustaining Networked Knowledge: … Continue reading

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