Feminism then & now
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin; Bennett, Natalie; Kumar, Camille; Mackay, Finn; Patel, Pragna; Segal, Lynne
Finn Mackay Finn.Mackay@uwe.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Sociology
Speaker(s): Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Natalie Bennett, Camille Kumar, Finn Mackay, Pragna Patel, Professor Lynne Segal
Recorded on 21 January 2014 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics, London, UK.
With the arrival of The Women’s Library at LSE, the Gender Institute will be running a series of 'Conversations' for which audience participation is invited.
Feminism is said to be both ‘over’ and a vibrant contemporary force; feminists from across generations discuss the meaning of feminism and hopes for its future.
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (@y_alibhai) is a journalist and author.
Natalie Bennett (@natalieben) is the leader of the Green Party.
Camille Kumar is an activist on domestic violence faced by black and minority ethnic women.
Finn Mackay (@Finn_Mackay) is honorary researcher with the Centre for Gender & Violence Research at the University of Bristol and a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of the West of England.
Pragna Patel is the director of Southall Black Sisters.
Lynne Segal (@lynne_segal) is Anniversary Professor of Psychology and Gender Studies at Birkbeck.
|Digital Artefact Type||Audio|
|Publication Date||Jan 21, 2014|
|APA6 Citation||Alibhai-Brown, Y., Bennett, N., Kumar, C., Mackay, F., Patel, P., & Segal, L. (2014). Feminism then & now|
|Keywords||feminism, activism, second wave, women's history, feminist theory, radical feminism|
|Additional Information||Additional Information : Public Lecture|
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