Feminism 101

(De)constructing gender

This lecture explores how we understand gender: as a binary (which intersects with other binaries); as a spectrum; and as a political device. Click here to view the transcript for text readers.

Universalism and intersectionality

This lecture presents gender as a key locus of oppression and explores the development of intersectionality by Black feminists. Click here to view the transcript for text readers.

(Re)producing gender

This lecture asks questions about the gendered distribution of reproductive labour and attempts to control reproduction (and women) within the structures of patriarchy, capitalism and colonialism. Click here to view the transcript for text readers.

Gender, power and violence

This lecture develops an intersectional analysis of gender, power and violence, drawing on Black feminism and other feminisms of colour. Click here to view the transcript for text readers.

How to write an essay

This is an introductory lecture which covers basic essay-writing skills. Click here to view the transcript for text readers.