The Centre for the Study of Social Justice (CSSJ) and Dr Clare Chambers organised a one-day conference to commemorate the work of Andrea Dworkin.
It was held in the Department of Politics and International Relations on Friday, 7 April 2006.
Please click on the links below to hear the audio recording of the conference. Please note that strong language is used in some of the presentations.
Professor Sheila Jeffreys, University of Melbourne: Not just about pornography: the radical politics of Andrea Dworkin Professor Alison Assiter, University of the West of England and author, Enlightened Women: Pornography: its significance for feminism
Chair: Dr Katherine Eddy, CSSJ
Finn Mackay, Chair of London Feminist Network: Prostitution and Andrea Dworkins relevance to young feminists Professor Valerie Bryson, University of Huddersfield: Andrea Dworkin, feminist political thought and the role of men
Chair: Dr Dan Butt, CSSJ
Michael Moorcock, author Between the Wars: Andrea: A Tribute (read by Dr Ben Jackson) Julie Bindel, journalist, founder of Justice for Women and co-editor, The Map of my Life: the story of Emma Humphreys: Myths about Andrea Dworkin
John Stoltenberg, author, The End of Manhood: What Andrea knew about her work
Chair: Dr Ben Jackson, CSSJ
Professor Catharine MacKinnon, University of Michigan
Chair: Dr Clare Chambers, CSSJ