Feminisms, anti-racism, social justice: Theories and strategies for our times

Date/Time: Tuesday 23 May, 2017 - 11:15am

Date/Time End: Tuesday 23 May, 2017 - 4:00pm

Venue: Eldon Building, room W1.08

The University’s Women’s and Gender Studies research cluster invites you to a day of critical thinking, collaborative exchange and strategizing.

What kind of feminist theories and politics are needed in these times of intensified right-wing nationalisms, white supremacist, imperialist capitalism and border violence? How do we theorise gender and sexualities within these contexts? How are we connecting anti-racist feminisms to anti-capitalism and disability justice? What kind of alternative visions of the future do we need and how do we work together to materialise these locally and transnationally, inside and outside of the academy?

Ayela Aziz, Portsmouth FemSoc and Portsmouth Sisters Uncut
Gargi Bhattacharyya, Professor of Sociology, University of East London
Rashné Limki, Lecturer in Marketing, University of Essex
Lani Parker, Sisters of Frida
Humaira Saeed, Lecturer in English Literature, Nottingham Trent University
Karen Wilkes, Lecturer in Sociology, Birmingham City University

Access information: The Eldon Building is fully wheelchair accessible (through use of a lift). The room has hearing loop facilities. Further access information is detailed on the Disabled Go website.

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Contact details for more information

Name: Terese Jonsson

Email: terese.jonsson@port.ac.uk

Extension: 2229

Futher Information

The Women’s and Gender Studies research cluster is part of the Centre for European and International Studies Research in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Portsmouth.

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