Thursday, 16 November 2017
, Geoffrey Manton Lecture Theatre 4
Manchester Metropolitan University researcher collective Feminisms in Public present ‘Sara Ahmed and Everyday Feminism’, an event focusing on the challenges, successes - and necessity - of everyday feminism.
Join us as the popular feminist writer, scholar and activist Sara Ahmed reads from her vital new book Living A Feminist Life. Discussion will focus on intersectionality, insights into queer, feminist and race studies, and the importance of feminism taking its roots from our ordinary experiences of the world.
Sara will be in conversation with host Muzna Rahman, Manchester Met Lecturer in Contemporary Postcolonial and World Literature. The event will be followed by an audience Q&A and drinks reception.
Twitter: @SaraNAhmed @FemINismsPublic @muzna_rahman
Free event. Book tickets through eventbrite.