'Feminism and (Political) Progress' - Fifth Oxford Graduate Political Theory Conference
Lauren Power (University of Cambridge): “Maybe the fourth wave is online”: webbing everyday feminist practices
Rebecca Carson (Kingston University): Indigenous feminism and the problems of historical periodisation: who gets to claim the fourth wave?
Panel 2 | Chair: Chi Chi Shi, Discussant: Dr Sophie Smith
Julia Jeong Hyun Park (University of Oxford): Retroactive Justice in the Temporal Imagination: Time Discourse and the Silencing of the ‘Comfort Women’
Amelia Horgan (independent): “Just say no“: a genealogy of sexual consent
Melanie Brazell (Humboldt University Berlin/Transformative Justice Collective): Responsibility for Sexual Violence: Dialogues with I.M. Young and the Community Accountability Movement
Sanjana Govindarajan (University of Bayreuth): Structure before Virtue: Collective Solutions to Epistemic Injustice
Keynote 1 | Dr Lorna Finlayson (University of Essex)
Jana Cattien (University of Cambridge): Feminist Epistemology
Mirjam Müller (Humboldt University Berlin): Gender Specific Exploitation – A Structural Account
Concluding Roundtable | Chair: Professor Liz FrazerSpeakers: Dr Lorna Finlayson, Professor Karma Nabulsi
Panel 1 'Feminism and (Political) Progress
Speakers: Lauren Power, Rebecca Carson, Teresa M. Bejan
Panel 2 'Feminism and (Political) Progress'
Speakers: Julia Jeong Hyun Park, Amelia Horgan, Chi Chi Shi, Sophie Smith
Panel 3 'Feminism and (Political) Progress'
Speakers: Melanie Brazell, Sanjana Govindarajan, Maeve McKeown, Annette Zimmermann
Keynote 'Feminism and (Political) Progress'
Speakers: Lorna Finlayson, Orlando Lazar-Gillard
Panel 4 'Feminism and (Political) Progress'
Speakers: Jana Cattien, Mirjam Müller, Ross Speer, Alice Baderin
Concluding Roundtable 'Feminism and (Political) Progress'
Speakers: Lorna Finlayson, Fiona Jenkins, Karma Nabulsi, Elizabeth Frazer