Shared Solidarities 4: Galvanizing the Women’s Movement: A one-day event at Sheffield Hallam University – Thursday 6 September 2018

The ‘Galvanizing the Women’s Movement’ conference will take place on Thursday 6th September 2018. The conference is hosted by Sheffield Hallam University‘s Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute (C3RI). It is the fourth in a series of annual Shared Solidarities events and is sponsored by MeCCSA, The Media, Cultural and Communication Studies Association for higher education. The event aims to reflect […]

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Tuesday 26 April 2016 – Lunchtime seminar with Dr Anja Louis (Languages & Cultures, Sheffield Business School)

A poster of La Suerte Dormida (Ángeles González-Sinde, 2003)

Title: Female lawyers as epithets of powerful career women – From Saénz de Heredia to González Sinde Speaker: Dr Anja Louis (Languages & Cultures, Sheffield Business School) Representations of female lawyers are often seen as personifications of progress and indicative of wider issues of patriarchal crisis. They are also often perceived as epithets of powerful career women and hence their […]

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Wednesday 20 January 2016 – Lunchtime seminar with Dr Sharon Kivland (Fine Art, SHU)

An image of a taxidermied fox on a plinth at an exhibition

Title: The Natural Forms Part II: The Readers, The Foxes, The Tracts, Some Coquetteries. Speaker: Dr Sharon Kivland (Reader in Fine Art SHU) Dr Sharon Kivland will talk about The Natural Forms Part II: The Readers, The Foxes, The Tracts, Some Coquetteries, her current exhibition at the Kunstverein Tiergarten. Berlin. There are women in négligées and in bed-jackets (liseuses), copied […]

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