Episode 2: Mobile Femininity

In this week’s episode we hear critical and creative responses to ideas of mobile femininity, from Alice Thompson’s uses of the male gaze and late-twentieth century Indian women’s writing, to horse girl femininity and the work of Shirley Jackson.

We hear from Caleb Sivyer from University of the West of England, Bristol, Devika Karnad from Cardiff University, Christina Thatcher from Cardiff Metropolitan University, and Joan Passey from the University of Bristol.

You can read the panelists’ abstracts and biographies by clicking the link below:

Get in Touch!

You can email your questions to lookingatfemininity@gmail.com with the panel title in the subject line. You can tweet questions to @atfemininity on Twitter or messages us on Instagram @lookingatfemininity. And you can leave questions for speakers in the comment section below.

Thank you to our speakers for such thought-provoking papers!

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