Episode 15: Margrit Shildrick

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In this episode of the Scarlet Letter, Janice Richardson is joined by Margrit Shildrick, Professor of Gender and Knowledge Production at Stockholm University. Professor Shildrick’s work focuses on bioethics, microchimerism and prostheses, and the discussion in this episode centres around the feminist implications of these topics, and the roles that biology and sexual difference theory play in feminism. 

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Episode 14: Jessica Lake

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In this episode of the Scarlet Letter, Tamara speaks with Jessica Lake, a lecturer at Swinburne University whose research interests include  the laws that exist to protect women’s rights over their images. The wide ranging discussion moves from privacy rights in the United States, to the evolving issues surrounding women as the face and voice of robots, to Australia’s revenge pornography laws. 

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Episode 13: Marcia Neave

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In this episode, Becky Batagol speaks with the Honourable Marcia Neave AO, who is the only academic to be appointed to the Supreme Court in Victoria’s history. The discussion is wide ranging, covering Marcia’s introduction to feminism, her experience in the legal and academic worlds, and her work on the Royal Commission into Family Violence, among other things. 

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Episode 12: Rosemary Hunter

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In this episode, Becky Batagol speaks with Professor Rosemary Hunter on a range of feminist topics, including her work on the Feminist Legal Judgments Project, how she was introduced to feminism, and what a feminist university would look like (hint: it would look excellent). 

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Episode 11: Alexandra Saltis

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In this episode of the Scarlet Letter, Tamara and Ronli interview Monash Law graduate Alexandra Saltis, who is a project officer at the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA). 

Alexandra talks to us about the role of VARTA, as well as the new legislative scheme that came into effect in 2017, which has impacts on donor anonymity. In addition, we discuss the surrogacy laws in Australia, and the links between feminism and reproductive law. 

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Episode 10: Richard Joyce

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In this episode, Tamara speaks with Dr Richard Joyce about his work on sovereignty, his conception of feminist theory, both in a philosophical and a modern sense, and the practical implications that feminism has on his research. 

 

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Special Episode: Rosemary Hunter Presentation Part 2

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In this special episode of the Scarlet Letter, we present Part 2 of a seminar by Professor Rosemary Hunter of Queen Mary University in London.

Professor Hunter discusses the Feminist Judgements Project and her research on how feminist ideology impacts the judicial process.

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