Sharing four years of feminist-inspired research at the University of Wollongong (UOW), The Feminist Research Network (FRN) is holding a symposium - 'Feminist Interventions, Feminist Impacts’ to showcase feminist-inspired research of UOW scholars and those external to the university from 25th to 26th September 2017.
Panels include: ‘First Nations Feminism’, ‘Violence against Women and Violent Women’, ‘Contesting Gendered Emotions’, ‘Milk Culture: Feminist Resonances Across Lives in the Dairy Industry’, along with a HDR session on how feminism has inspired UOW HDR research. In addition to panel discussions, the symposium features a photographic exhibition ‘Locating Chinese Women: Historical Mobility between China and Australia’, and a film screening on ‘Intersectionality on Film’. FRN is also proudly collaborating with Wollongong Writers Festival to host a public event with Ellen Van Neerven and Clementine Ford at UOW on 25 September from 5pm. The 2017 FRN Symposium is a FREE event, but please Register for catering by 22 September. For more information and the full program, please visit: https://www.uowblogs.com/frn/category/events/
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Writing and Living as a Political ActFeaturing: Winnie Dunn with Clementine Ford and Ellen Van NeervenWhen: Tuesday, 26 September 6pm - 7.30pm.Where: Wollongong Art Gallery, 46 Burelli Street Cost: $25
For more information please visit and to register please visit http://www.wollongongwritersfestival.com/events-2/