Feminist Theory and Time

“…it is the very idea that things can get lost in time that allows for the declaration of the
end of feminist politics and feminist history itself.”

Lisa Adkins, “Passing on Feminism : From Consciousness to Reflexivity?”, European Journal of Women’s Studies 11 (2004), 439.
 
 

An invitational workshop held in Sydney on Fri 22 March 2013, 12 pm – 5 pm.

Speakers:

Lisa Adkins (University of Newcastle, Australia)

Peta Hinton and Rebecca Coleman

Peta Hinton and Rebecca Coleman

Feminist Futures: Making time in practice

Rebecca Coleman (Lancaster University, UK)

Intensive time and inventive feminist theory

Maryanne Dever (University of Newcastle, Australia)

The ‘pastness’ of paper: Archiving feminism

Carolyn Pedwell (Newcastle University, UK).

Affective temporalities: Feminist theory and the transnational politics of empathy

This workshop was held in the Boardroom at the Whitlam Institute*  

(*Female Orphan School, Building EZ, within the University of Western Sydney’s Parramatta Campus).
 
 
Maryanne Dever presenting at 'Feminist Theory and Time'

Maryanne Dever presenting at ‘Feminist Theory and Time’

Carolyn Pedwell presenting at 'Feminist Theory and Time'.

Carolyn Pedwell presenting at ‘Feminist Theory and Time’.

Lorraine Sim and Elaine Swan at 'Feminist Theory and Time'.

Lorraine Sim and Elaine Swan at ‘Feminist Theory and Time’.