A Place for Anger: An Interactive Space for Survivors at the Shameless! Festival
SHaME researchers Emma Yapp and Adeline Moussion share their experiences designing and facilitating the ‘Unpopular Opinions Workshop’ at the Shameless! Festival. The workshop provided a space for survivors to express their anger and frustrations, while challenging institutional and societal expectations of victimhood and survivorship.
Spotlight On: Dr Stéphanie Pache
In this edition of Spotlight On, SHaME PhD Candidate Adeline Moussion interviews Dr Stéphanie Pache from Université du Québec á Montréal in Canada.
Excavating feminist knowledges and practices in the field of sexual assault service provision: An Australian case study
In this article, Suzanne Egan looks at the interplay between sexual assault professionals and 'naturalised' feminist knowledge to examine the issue of professionalised service provision...
Violence against Women and Ethnicity: Commonalities and Differences across Europe
Violence against Women and Ethnicity, published in 2001, is the first reader of its kind to focus specifically on the ways in which minority ethnic...
Silence and shame, ethics and the living
PhD student, Adeline Moussion explores questions of when and how silences resulting from shame can be used as data. This blog post is part two of a series on Ethics and Historical Research Practices.
Translation and Sexual Safety
In this lecture, Emily Apter, Silver Professor of French and Comparative Literature at New York University, considers the untranslatability of sexual safety as both concept...
An Ethnographic Inquiry in a Medical Care Centre for Women Victims of Violence in the Parisian Suburbs
Adeline Moussion's PhD focuses on the socio-cultural conditions in which sexual violence is qualified as ‘unbearable’. She will be examining psycho-medical care and social support mechanisms in feminist care institutions dedicated to supporting women victims of violence.