fbpx

feminism Tag Archive

Hammer meets glass ceiling

by

Gender equality is important. Well, frankly, equality of all descriptions is critically important. So why would I be grumpy over the concept of a gender quota? Well. In my...

REVIEW : Julius Caesar @ St Luke’s Church

by

Julia McGee-Russell reviews a world of murder and hysteria in Newcastle University Theatre Society’s Julius Caesar....

Rated F for strong female role models

by

A progressive, helpful feature has come to IMDb: the ‘F’ rating. Tom Atkinson takes us through just what this means - both for the website itself, and for women in the...

Inspiring Women conference

by

On the 11th of March, Newcastle University hosted the annual conference “Inspiring Women”, as part of International Women’s Day’s celebrations. Each year the event is...

20th Century Women (15)

by

How does a 1970s set feminist film fair in today's highly political climate? Kotryna Kairyte reviews 20th Century Women....

How to be a healthy women in activism: Femsoc

by

Last week Newcastle University Feminist Society hosted Alysia Harris in The Barbara Strang Teaching centre for an insightful discussion and workshop on how to be a healthy woman...

Working women can stand alone

by

Emma Bancroft argues minorities and women shouldn't receive workplace advantages....

The super reinforced triple-glazed glass ceiling of theatre

by

Carys Rose Thomas discusses the battle between gender equality and age-old sexism in the theatre industry....

Laura Bates' book debut: sexism, equality and pet hates

by

I was so ridiculously excited to see Laura Bates speak at the university (in conjunction with Waterstones as part of her tour for her new book Girl Up) on Friday evening, I was...

Societies in the spotlight

by

Fleur Langford and Lauren Exell give us their take on their favourite societies, the Feminist Society and the 20 Minutes Society...