20 Years CRASSH: Feminist Thought and Women’s Voices


A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change.
So let's all choose to challenge.

IWD 2021 campaign theme #ChooseToChallenge


A playlist of lectures on feminist thought from our archive for International Women's Day 2021 and to celebrate 20 years of interdisciplinary research, dialogue and response at CRASSH.
 


 

Sara Ahmed | Complaint as Diversity Work

CRASSH Impact lecture series

 

 

Susan Stryker | Transgeneration: Or, Becoming-With My Monstrous Kin

Beyond Binary: Trans and Queer as a Disruptive Technologies conference

 

 

Mona Siddiqui | From the Feminine to Feminism: Women in Islamic Thought and Literature

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights lecture

 

 

Judith Butler | Understanding Society

CRASSH Understanding Society lecture series

 

 

Baroness Helena Kennedy | Bought and Sold: Women and the Global Market

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights lecture

 

 

Ambassador Melanne Verveer | "Women's Rights are Human Rights". The Beijing Platform for Action: An Unfinished Agenda

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights lecture

 

 

Natasha Walter | Making Waves (WoW Cambridge)

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights lecture

 

 

Annie Zaidi | The Idea of Home

Nine Dots Prize Winner

 

 

Elaine Scarry | Beauty and Social Justice

Pain in Performance and 'Moving Beauty' conference

 

 

Nancy Fraser | Between Marketisation and Social Protection: Ambivalences of Feminism in the Context of Capitalist Crisis

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights lecture

 

 

 


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Posted: Thursday 4 March 2021

Contributor: CRASSH News

Tags: women's voicewomen's rightsinternational women's dayfeminism