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Dr Kate Steward

  

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Upcoming Events

If you would like to be added to our Upcoming Events mailing list of GI Events and events featuring or associated with GI staff, please email Kate Steward                                                                                                                              
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Feminism in Transnational Times: A conversation with Christine Delphy

Wednesday 10 February | 6.30-8pm | Sheikh Zayed Theatre

In discussion, Christine Delphy and Sylvie Tissot will address Delphy’s last book (Verso, 2015), focusing on her views on the contemporary challenges of feminism vis a vis the emergence of new racisms. In partnership with Feminist Review

 
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GI Interdisciplinary Conversations: Sex work, economics and sexual freedom

Wednesday 24 February | 4-6pm | Gender Institute Open Space

Clare Hemmings and Naila Kabeer in discussion. Followed by a drinks reception at the Gender Institute

 
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Rikka Homanen - Brown Bag Session

Wednesday 9 March | 12-1.30pm | Gender Institute Open Space

Riikka Homanen leading a 'brown bag' research discussion

 
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Research as Gendered Intervention: Feminist Research Ethics and the Self in the Research Encounter

Wednesday 16 March | 4-6pm | Graham Wallas Room

Laura Shepherd leading a research seminar, followed by a drinks reception

 

Gender Institute Spring Festival: Arts & Activism

Monday 25 to Friday 29 April | various venues

Join the Gender Institute in celebrating Arts & Activism - full programme to be released soon

 
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Kimberle Crenshaw Research Seminar

Thursday 19 May | 5.30-7.30pm | Thai Theatre

Kimberle Crenshaw leading a research seminar, followed by a drinks reception at the Gender Institute

 
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Eva Colorni memorial lecture

Wednesday 1 June | 6.30-8pm | Room TBC

Amartya Sen, Indian economist and philosopher of Bengali ethnicity, in conversation with Naila Kabeer, Professor of Gender and Development at the Gender Institute.

 

 
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