1.10 En-Gender Conversations “Translating Feminism”

In this episode we speak with Olga Castro and Maud Bracke about their previous project called "Translating Feminism" as well as their ongoing research on feminism and translation studies. We also delve into the question of language in academia and what it has to do with status and power. Follow us to not miss any … Continue reading 1.10 En-Gender Conversations “Translating Feminism”

The Bra

Poem by Jyhene Kebsi My straps are weary of carrying her heavy breasts My straps are weary of carrying swollen breasts over a sad chest My greasy straps  are weary, like her torn slippers Tight cups squash swollen breasts Tight slippers squeeze bruised feet  My straps queue for food, medicine, toilets, the phone…. My straps are weary from kyriarchy Her breasts … Continue reading The Bra

1.08 Special Episode: En-Gender Conversations & Living Gender History crossover

After meeting Anna McEwan last week when she told us all about the podcast "Living Gender History", we now have a special treat for you! We teamed up with them to highlight the voices and research of some master students at the Centre for Gender History at the University of Glasgow - 6 amazing early … Continue reading 1.08 Special Episode: En-Gender Conversations & Living Gender History crossover

1.06 En-Gender Conversations “The Colonial Project of Gender … and everything else” Part II

This is part II with Prof Sandy O'Sullivan. You will be surprised, it is even more motivating than part I! Sandy is a Wiradjuri (Aboriginal) transgender/non-binary person and a Professor of Indigenous Studies in the Centre for Global Indigenous Futures at Macquarie University in Sydney. They are a 2020-2024 ARC Future Fellow, with a project titled Saving … Continue reading 1.06 En-Gender Conversations “The Colonial Project of Gender … and everything else” Part II

1.05 En-Gender Conversations “The Colonial Project of Gender … and everything else” Part I

This is a very special episode! Prof Sandy O'Sullivan is coming back to enrich us all with their keynote from last years' En-Gender Conference. It was a highlight then and will be a highlight now. Sandy is a Wiradjuri (Aboriginal) transgender/non-binary person and a Professor of Indigenous Studies in the Centre for Global Indigenous Futures … Continue reading 1.05 En-Gender Conversations “The Colonial Project of Gender … and everything else” Part I

1.04 En-Gender Conversations “The History of the Gendered Body”

In this episode we welcome Catherine Phipps. Together with Alice Billington and Clare Burgess, she hosts the Oxford Graduate Seminar "The History of the Gendered Body". Catherine Phipps is a DPhil student in History at the University of Oxford. Her thesis examines sex and sexuality in French Morocco in the early twentieth century. She focuses on interracial … Continue reading 1.04 En-Gender Conversations “The History of the Gendered Body”