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Feminist Publishing - Carol Stabile

Carol Stabile

This strand on writing, publishing and the politics of communication operates within the remit of the CREATe project Whose Book Is It Any-way to open out debates on copyright, open access and emergent busi-ness models in order to address the wider ethics and politics of commu-nication inside and outside of the academy. This politics is oriented not just toward a contest over, say, the future of the book as an ana-logue/digital object, but also toward questions of publishing ethics, care, relations and process.

Sat, 05 Jul 14 2

Sexism, Race and Class in the Media

Natalie Fenton, Reni Eddo-Lodge

From images of Keira Knightly to The Sun cocaine stings of N-Dubz singer Tulisa, Reni Eddo-Lodge of the Feminist Times describes the differing representations of women, class and race in the mainstream media.

Tue, 01 Jul 14 2

Women Experts on TV and Radio

Lis Howell, Natalie Fenton

Lis Howell, prominent journalist and senior lecturer in journalism at City University, discusses underrepresentation of women experts in current affairs broadcasting.

Tue, 01 Jul 14 2

Sexism and the Media

Laurie Penny, Natalie Fenton

Laurie Penny, blogger, journalist and author of the recently published Unspeakable Things, responds to issues raised by her fellow speakers. She discusses the divided nature of the media itself, and its varying roles in continuing and fighting sexism.

Tue, 01 Jul 14 2