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The Space 2.0 – TED Talks: Gender and Feminism
March 14, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Space 2.0 is our online space, where all students – especially those studying at satellite campuses or online – can connect, have fun and engage in discussion.
Following our on-campus movie screenings and discussions for International Women’s Day the previous week, this online session will examine a trio of TED Talks related to gender and feminism: Jean Kilbourne’s The Dangerous Ways Ads See Women, Sheryl Sandberg’s Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders and Martha Mosse’s The Slut, The Spinster and the Perfect Woman. Following each talk, our Equity Representative, Pam Connell, will lead discussions of the content and the ideas raised.
In what will hopefully become a regular series of sessions, this is an opportunity for postgraduate students to share their thoughts on a common topic, connect with peers from differing backgrounds and discover new perspectives.
If you’d like to attend this online session, be sure to register; instructions on joining the room will be emailed to you closer to the date.