‘The Challenge of Social Democracy': Don Dunstan and women’s rights in 1970s South Australia The FGC is delighted to host Professor Angela Woollacott (Manning Clark Professor of History, Australian National University) who will present a paper entitled : The Challenge of Social Democracy': Don Dunstan and women’s rights in 1970s South Australia’, Friday 7th April […]
A Lecture by Professor Chris Beasley Hosted by the Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender and the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100-1800) A range of scholars have examined new prevailing modes of legitimate social interconnection in modern ‘western’/northern societies, which may be summarised as an overall shift to […]
Prof Barbara Pocock gave the 2015 Academy of Social Sciences in Australia Fay Gale Lecture on 18th August to a full audience. Her lecture was entitled: “Holding up half the sky? Women at work in the 21st century”. It explored the consequences of the most significant change in the Australian labour market in the past […]
Eating history: food, body, and temporality in the postindustrial era A seminar presented by Associate Professor Hannah Landecker, Director of the Institute for Society and Genetics, University of California Los Angeles. Scientific or technical things and ideas are also cultural, literary, political and philosophical in nature. However, modern disciplines have divided things up in very particular ways – […]
**Please note the change of venue for the upcoming Annual Fay Gale Lecture** The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, in conjunction with the Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender at the University of Adelaide, is pleased to present the Academy’s 2015 Fay Gale Lecture: Holding up half the sky? Women at work in the […]
Alan Saunders Memorial Lecture 2015 Feminist academic Associate Professor Cordelia Fine will be delivering The Alan Saunders Memorial Lecture 2015 in early July in Sydney. The lecture will be broadcast on ABC Radio National on Big Ideas on Tuesday 14 July at 8pm. More information is available here.
The lecture, sponsored by the Fay Gale Centre, Women’s Studies at Flinders University, the Research Centre for Gender Studies at UniSA and Gender Studies and Social Analysis at the University of Adelaide was held at the Flinders University City Campus on Friday May 15th. The lecture, chaired by Dr Heather Brooks (Flinders University), was very […]
The lecture will be given by Debbie Kilroy, the CEO of Sisters Inside, and a leading advocate in Australia for the human rights of women in the criminal justice system. Further detail about the event is on the attached flyer. RSVPs are required. When: Friday May 15th, 6pm Where: Flinders University Victoria Square. Level 1, […]