Upcoming event in London

*update: this event is now fully booked*

 NEW VOICES
sponsored by the Feminist Review Collective
TUESDAY 12TH MAY
1pm – 5pm
Senate House, University of London
The Feminist Review collective welcomes early career scholars and established scholars
for a discussion on  new voices in gender and feminist studies.
This is an inter-disciplinary event focused on paths to publishing for emergent scholars.
Over afternoon tea new scholars and collective members will come together to discuss emergent themes and issues in feminist and gender theory across disciplinary spaces.
Spaces are limited and registration is required (details below)
13:00 Welcome13:15 – 14:15 Session 1: Resistance and Citizenship

Inna Michaeli, Humboldt University, Berlin
Immigrating into the Occupation: the Case of Russian-speaking Women in Palestinian
Societies
Samah Saleh, Goldsmiths, University of London
Gender within labour movements, social movements and other sites of resistance: The
politicization of every day for Palestinian women inside Israeli colonial prisons
Nicola Currie, SOAS University of London
‘I will kiss the ground of my cell… As it is part of my homeland’ Spatial Politics and Gender:
Israel’s Carcerality of Palestinian Women.14.30 – 15:30 Session 2: Images, Text and Narratives

Mara Mattoscio, Università “Gabriele d’Annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara
Liminal Resistance or Dominant Gaze? Sarah Baartman and the Case of Vénus Noire
(2010)
Emma Doubt, University of Sussex
“Playing Indian”: Photographic Portraiture at the Cherokee Female Seminary, 1890-1910
Roxanne Bidizadah, University of Warwick
Unveiling Voices: Rediscovering the Iranian Memoir in Kamin Mohammadi’s The Cypress Tree15:40 – 16:40 Session 3: Rethinking power and hegemonic discourse

Ashjan Ajour, Goldsmiths, University of London
Representation of Power and Knowledge in the Discourse of Liberal Feminist Discourse
Gisela Carrasco-Miro, Utrecht University
Empowering work as strategy for women? Rethinking globalization and gendered work
from a Postcolonial Feminist Economics approach
Asha Abeyasekera, University of Colombo
Choice in Marriage. Middle-class Respectability, Modernity, and Post-colonial Identities in
Contemporary Sri Lanka16.50 Feminist Review: Open Space

Introduction by Dr Gina Heathcote
Performance Piece
Lucy Garbett & Layan Sima Fuleihan
I Do Not Consent: Elimination, Gender Based Violence, and (Settler) Colonialism17.10 Closing Comments
Amy Shackleton, Feminist Review Publisher, Palgrave Macmillian

To register please contact cgs@soas.ac.uk
This event is now fully booked.

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