An historical talk that uses film, music, and popular novels to analyse the portrayal of sexual consent in working-class recreation.
Zines and the alternative press have been a significant part of women’s liberation and feminism throughout history. Join us for an evening workshop to find out more about the role of print culture within the women’s movement both here in Nottingham and worldwide, and be a part of creating a brand new women’s zine in the session.
Join the Rights and Justice RPA, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and Journey to Justice Nottingham for a talk from Dr Kate Dossett, Senior Lecturer in American History at the University of Leeds.
In celebration of Women’s History Month 2016, please join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and the Department of American and Canadian Studies for a screening of the award-winning documentary Feminist: Stories From Women’s Liberation, 1963-1970. Filmmaker Jennifer Lee will introduce the film, and afterwards take questions from the audience.
6.30pm, Wednesday 2 March
Tags: Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Department of American and Canadian Studies, feminism, International Women's Day, International Women's Day 2016, Rights and Justice, women, Women's History Month
On International Women’s Day 2016, during Women’s History Month, please join us for a dialogue about the refugee crisis.
6.30pm Tuesday 8 March
Tags: Centre for Conflict Rights and Justice, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Centre for the Study of Global Justice, immigration, International Women's Day, International Women's Day 2016, Nottingham Trent University, refugee, Rights and Justice, Women's History Month
The Department of American and Canadian Studies (ACS) present their Women’s History Month Lecture. Emily West, University of Reading, will be in conversation with Rachel Williams, PhD student (ACS), to discuss ‘Enslaved wetnurses in the antebellum United States’.