Current Events


Silencing Feminism in the Hong Kong Protests: A Critique of the Ideology of Justifiable Violence

4.30PM, ENV/005 Lecture Room, Environment Building

Prof. Petula Sik Ying Ho, University of Hong Kong


"Connecting Over A Bottle of Wine?": Negotiating Femininities and Friendships Through Alcohol Consumption and Sobriety

4.30PM, The Treehouse (BS/104), Berrick Saul Building

Dr. Emily Nicholls, University of Portsmouth

Past Events

The 'gender experts': clinical discourse and becoming trans

Wednesday 9 October 2019

Dr Ruth Pearce from Leeds will be speaking on contemporary debates and the politics of trans depathologisation in the UK.

FRACS Week 4 -Roundtable on Feminism, Art & Activism

Tuesday 7 May 2019

York Feminist Society, Dr. Evangeline Tsao & Dr. Boriana Alexandrova

FRACS Week 3 - Race and Religion Workshop

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Race and Religion Workshop

How to Balance Academic Study with Mental Health & Well-being

Wednesday 13 March 2019

A workshop from the University of York Open Door team on "How to Balance Academic Study with Mental Health & Well-being".

Telling Feminist Stories: Research and Activism Around the World

Saturday 2 March 2019

Welcome to an afternoon of short talks about women’s lives locally & globally, from the University of York’s Centre for Women’s Studies. Hear about Algerian girl YouTubers, Chinese older women street dancing, beauty ideals in Malaysia, Thailand & UK, #MeToo in the US, gender-based violence, masculinities, work issues for Chinese & Nigerian women, menstruation in Kenya & UK; and end by sharing what feminism means to us all.

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