Feminism: back by popular demand?

Feminism: back by popular demand?

  • Adapted image of Rosie the Riveter
    Adapted image of 'Rosie the Riveter'

Image of Rosie the Riveter (adapted and text added) by DonkeyHotey via Creative Commons

How women are responding to the rise of populism.
Friday, 22 September 2017 - 4.00pm to 5.45pm BST
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Theme: 
Colleges

What are women to make of the misogyny that has been typical of many of the recent populist movements? Cambridge’s three women’s colleges explore why, despite our female Prime Minister, women’s rights feel under threat, and debate how women can respond positively to this provocation.

This panel discussion forms the third event hosted by the three women’s colleges at Cambridge. Jackie Ashley, President of Lucy Cavendish, Professor Dame Carol Black, Principal of Newnham, and Dame Barbara Stocking, President of Murray Edwards, will be joined by an alumna from their respective Colleges. The discussion will be chaired by Dr Jude Browne.

The discussion will run from 4pm until 5pm and guests are invited to drinks afterwards until 5.45pm.

Booking information

This session must be booked separately through Eventbrite; registration is open now.

Price: 
Free of charge

Location

Lucy Cavendish College
Lady Margaret Rd
Cambridge
CB3 0BU
United Kingdom

Location information

This event takes place in Warburton Hall at Lucy Cavendish College.