Category Archives: Public speaking

Whose story? Working class women on screen: a discussion at the BFI

I recently led a panel discussion in the BFI’s Reuben Library, in which actor Valerie Edmond, film programmer Tega Okiti, and writer and researcher Thirza Wakefield discussed depictions of working class women and girls on screen, asking: what makes a working class

Whose story? Working class women on screen: a discussion at the BFI

I recently led a panel discussion in the BFI’s Reuben Library, in which actor Valerie Edmond, film programmer Tega Okiti, and writer and researcher Thirza Wakefield discussed depictions of working class women and girls on screen, asking: what makes a working class

A Feminist Space in Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward

I was honoured to give a talk with Philippa Brewster at A Feminist Space in Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward.

A Feminist Space in Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward

I was honoured to give a talk with Philippa Brewster at A Feminist Space in Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward.

Q&A with Miranda Pennell, director of The Host

Someone once told me about a strategy of war: bomb the archives first. Recording our past is crucial to preserving our sense of who we are – and this is true of individuals and communities alike.

Q&A with Miranda Pennell, director of The Host

Someone once told me about a strategy of war: bomb the archives first. Recording our past is crucial to preserving our sense of who we are – and this is true of individuals and communities alike.