Tag Archive | dfu

READING for Rebecca Stringer’s Presentation 25th March 2015

Hi everyone, Rebecca has generously provided us with some reading to prepare you for her talk on 25th March 2015 (6pm at none gallery). The article is titled ‘Vulnerability after Wounding: Feminism, Rape Law, and the Differend’ and was published in Substance (132) 42:3, pp 1-21. Check it out as Rebecca’s talk will be focusing […]

NEXT SPEAKER: Dr Rebecca Stringer 25 February 2015

The next speaker in our feminism series is Dr Rebecca Stringer, from the gender studies programme at the University of Otago. Rebecca’s work focuses on the politics of victimhood and feminism in the contemporary neoliberal context. She has recently published a book: Knowing Victims (Routledge, 2014). Come along and hear Rebecca’s presentation and join in […]

Watch This Space! DFU is back in 2015!

Hi everyone, we will be kicking off our 2015 programme in February. Keep checking back here for updates and info on the conclusion of our feminism and gender series and more info on upcoming series. If you are keen to get involved in the collective, leave a comment here with your email address and we […]

Thanks for an amazing 2014 / see you in the new year!

Thanks to everyone who has supported the free uni in our inaugural year! We hope 2015 brings more interesting presentations and discussions. We will be kicking off again in March 2015 and wrapping up our #feminism series by mid-year. If you are keen to get more involved in the free uni by joining our collective, […]

PODCAST Jennifer Ashby on Jean Devanny #feminism seres

Did you miss Jennifer’s presentation on Jean Devanny? Click here to listen to the podcast and the lively discussion on raunch culture, as well as the, intersection between class and gender politics that followed. Here are some snaps from the event ~rosie~

Venue confirmed for 19/11 event! NONE GALLERY

We have confirmed the venue for the next event in our feminism series! Jennifer Ashby will be speaking about Jean Devanny – a radical activist in the early half of the twentieth century. Specifically, Jennifer will be unpacking the tensions between radical class politics and feminism. Please join us for the discussion on 19th November […]

Feminism and Gender Series kicks off on 29th October!

Our feminism + gender series kicks off next Wednesday 29/10 at 6pm. The venue is the Kokiri Training Centre, 51 MacAndrew Road, South Dunedin. Our first speaker is Anna-Kristy from Rape Crisis Dunedin She will be talking about rape culture in Aotearoa / NZ and what they do at RCD. Join us for an evening […]