20 October 2020
SHaME Research Hub is pleased to present a special podcast listening party on consent as part of Bloomsbury Festival 2020.
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.