20 October 2020
SHaME Research Hub is pleased to present a special podcast listening party on consent as part of Bloomsbury Festival 2020.
20 October 2020, 6.30-8.30pm
Online via Zoom
SHaME researchers Dr Stephanie Wright and Emma Yapp, along with Dr Tanya Serisier (Birkbeck School of Law), author and activist Winnie M Li (London School of Economics), and black feminist and global health masters student Sarah Lasoye, will lead a discussion on “consent” – how it’s been viewed in the past, how we think about it now, and the future of consent in a post-#metoo world. In many cases, consent has been misinterpreted and manipulated by individuals and communities alike – this conversation will look at what’s missing from the conversation and try to make it less ambiguous to all.
The audience will listen to a curated playlist of excerpts from the podcasts below, and our panel will then lead a conversation about this hotly debated topic.
- Sexing History: Against Our Will
- Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations: Chanel Miller: Know My Name
- Radiolab: In The No
- Obsessed With…: I May Destroy You
Age Guidance: 18 yrs +
FREE – but pre-booking essential
For more information and to register, please visit Bloomsbury Festival’s website here:
*This event is taking place online. Bloomsbury Festival will contact all ticket holders with joining details a few days prior to the event. Please ensure you give correct contact details when booking.