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  • 1:38:32 Public Debate: Do Women Need Feminism? Natalie Bennett vs Zara Faris

    Public Debate: Do Women Need Feminism? Natalie Bennett vs Zara Faris

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    Debate: Do Women Need Feminism?Thursday, 28th February 2013Natalie Bennett vs Zara FarisZara Faris - Muslim speaker and researcher for the Muslim Debate InitiativeNatalie Bennett - Feminist activist and head of the British Green Party

  • 1:01:23 Women in the Arts: Yoko Ono

    Women in the Arts: Yoko Ono

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    The Museum's tenth annual luncheon celebrating women's contributions to the arts will recognize multimedia artist Yoko Ono, best known for her conceptual and participatory work in media including performance, film, music, and writing. Proceeds from Women

  • 1:17:51 Harriet Tubman, Warrior for Freedom

    Harriet Tubman, Warrior for Freedom

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    Recipient of the 2007 Richard Wright Literary Excellence Award, author Beverly Lowry discusses her book Harriet Tubman: Imagining a Life, about the woman who led an armed rebellion during wartime, and led her family and people out of slavery. This event t

  • 1:02:22 Men and Feminism

    Men and Feminism

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    Three male professionals discuss their scholarly feminist training and how they've incorporated it into their work. The panel includes lawyer Craig S. Barnes, author of In Search of the Lost Feminine, sociologist Dr. Timothy Diamond, author of Making Gray

  • 1:35:36 Yes They Did! A Celebration of Women Who Dared

    Yes They Did! A Celebration of Women Who Dared

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    Collectors and curators Donna Henes and Daile Kaplan offer a photographic presentation of extraordinary women.This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on February 22, 2009. Video courtesy Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation.

  • 1:41:05 Young Women and Feminism

    Young Women and Feminism

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    Courtney Martin, co-editor of the anthology Click: When We Knew We Were Feminists, leads a panel of young women in a discussion of how they discovered feminism. Panelists include: L. Courtney Sullivan, co-editor of Click: When We Knew We Were Feminists; M

  • 52:08 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 1: Carey Lovelace

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 1: Carey Lovelace

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 22:44 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 2: Saisha Grayson

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 2: Saisha Grayson

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 23:01 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 3: Dong Yeon Koh

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 3: Dong Yeon Koh

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 19:06 Feminism Now Symposium: Part  4: Jennifer Kennedy-Liz Linden

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 4: Jennifer Kennedy-Liz Linden

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 17:09 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 5: Mirissa Vigneault

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 5: Mirissa Vigneault

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 33:27 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 6: Karen Shimakawa

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 6: Karen Shimakawa

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 19:33 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 7: Claire Grace

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 7: Claire Grace

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 18:03 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 8: Patricia Ann Grisafi

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 8: Patricia Ann Grisafi

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 25:27 Feminism Now Symposium: Part  9: Anna Fisher

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 9: Anna Fisher

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 21:48 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 10: Zetta Elliott

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 10: Zetta Elliott

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 52:11 Feminism Now Symposium: Part 11: Johanna Burton

    Feminism Now Symposium: Part 11: Johanna Burton

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    Highlighting the work of emerging scholars, including graduate and postgraduate students, Feminism Now presents groundbreaking contemporary research reflecting new directions and perspectives in feminist scholarship on a wide range of feminist issues and

  • 1:31:23 Global Political Challenges: women advancing democracy

    Global Political Challenges: women advancing democracy

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    Speaker(s): Dr Madeleine Korbel AlbrightRecorded on 2 December 2011 in Old Theatre, Old Building.Former US secretary of state Madeleine Korbel Albright will address the future of US foreign policy and the leadership of women in helping to build prosperity

  • 04:52 Arthur Schopenhauer on Women and Romance

    Arthur Schopenhauer on Women and Romance

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  • 48:27 Future justice for sexual assault: Future Justice Award presentation

    Future justice for sexual assault: Future Justice Award presentation

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    Distinguished Professor John Braithwaite discusses rape law reform while receiving his 2012 Future Justice Award on 12 December 2012.Rape law reform has not made a large contribution to reducing the incidence of rape. Two of many reasons are that there is

  • 30:17 We should all be feminists - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at TEDxEuston

    We should all be feminists - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at TEDxEuston

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    http://www.tedxeuston.com Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie a renowned Nigerian novelist was born in Nigeria in 1977. She grew up in the university town of Nsukka, Enugu State where she attended primary and secondary schools, and briefly studied Medicine and Pharm

  • 02:59 Women finally realize feminism has failed

    Women finally realize feminism has failed

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    Women finally realize feminism has failed. They see themselves becoming a ever increasing minority in their own country aging looks are eroding fast and they know there will not be SS## when they retire. They don't have kids and/or not enough to take care

  • 03:37 Ayn Rand on Feminism and Equal Opportunity Employment

    Ayn Rand on Feminism and Equal Opportunity Employment

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    Website: http://www.commonsensecapitalism.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Common-Sense-Capitalism/240074889678Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/CommonSenseCapMusic by Kevin MacLeod: http://incompetech.com

  • 59:25 Q&A - Feminism

    Q&A - Feminism

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