Chelsea College of Arts, UAL
How does creative practice and education value the narratives of the nuances of feminisms?
‘Much contemporary debate has posed the question of the relation between race and gender, in terms that attempt to parallel race and gender divisions. It can be argued that as processes, racism and sexism are similar. Ideologically for example, they both con- struct common sense through reference to “natural” and “biological” differences.’
Carby, H., 1996. White woman listen! Black feminism and the boundaries of sisterhood. Black British cultural studies: A reader, pp.61-86.
12:00 Registration & Lunch
12:30 Keynote starts
12:40 Q&A session begins
14:00 EVENT ENDS