The Lady Doth Approve: A Review of The FWSA Biennial Conference, June 21st-23rd 2013

I recently attended and presented at the Feminist and Women’s Studies Association of Ireland and UK Biennial Conference. It took place in the University of Nottingham from the 21st to 23rd June 2013 under the theme, “The Lady Doth Protest: Mapping Feminist Movements, Moments, and Mobilisations.” The theme is well-suited to my research interests and […]

Lorna Dee Cervantes at the American Literature Association Conference in San Francisco, 26/05/12

In the spirit of National Poetry Day (UK) I have posted the following video of my favourite poet, Lorna Dee Cervantes. This video captures her reading at the ALA Conference, 2012: Similar Posts: Lorna Dee Cervantes Speaking at The Alamo in support of the Librotraficante Movement My first peer reviewed publication which compares the works […]

On Organising Conferences

When you embark on doctoral research it is inevitable that you will participate in conferences. Not only will you deliver papers at them but also – it is quite likely – organise at least one over the course of your study. I have been co-organiser of 3 conferences since beginning my PhD in October 2010 […]