University of Greenwich
University of Greenwich
English Literature Virtual Twilight Lecture- Literature and the History of Feminism. This talk considers poems by Christina Rossetti, the plays A Doll’s House and Top Girls, and the novel The Handmaid’s Tale, relating each to the history and the theory of feminism. at University of Greenwich

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English Literature Virtual Twilight Lecture- Feminism

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Event Summary:

English Literature Virtual Twilight Lecture- Literature and the History of Feminism. This talk considers poems by Christina Rossetti, the plays A Doll’s House and Top Girls, and the novel The Handmaid’s Tale, relating each to the history and the theory of feminism.

Full Event Details:

Our series of virtual twilight lectures are aimed at students currently studying at Level 3, to complement their studies and/or to provide an insight into studying a range of disciplines at degree level.

The English Literature twilight lecture delivered by Dr Harry Derbyshire is entitled 'Literature and the History of Feminism'. From the early days of the women’s movement, literary texts by both women and men played a part in international debate about sexual inequality and the need for change. This talk considers poems by Christina Rossetti, the plays A Doll’s House and Top Girls, and the novel The Handmaid’s Tale, relating each to the history and the theory of feminism.

Join us on the 30 March at 16:30 - 17:30. We welcome bookings for this event from students as well as teachers and advisers.

Suitable For:

Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
Teachers (CPD)

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

1



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