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Call for participants: feminist research

Hello everyone!

My name is David Byrne and I am an undergraduate student of Psychology and Sociology at Dublin City University. I am conducting my thesis research on group dynamics in advocacy groups. I am looking for participants who identify as feminist and are a member of a feminist advocacy group to complete a short survey. The survey is called the Feminist Perspectives Scale. It consists of a series of statements relevant to feminism which you will be required to rate as to how you view them. The purpose of this study is to identify and examine potential changes in the perspectives of members of feminist advocacy groups in response to different types of information. It is my intention that this study be the first in a line of research which I would hope to carry through to an eventual Master’s degree. I would greatly appreciate your participation! If you chose to participate, please follow the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/762T9GR

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Womens Erotic Art

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Go to the web site for more information:
http://www.womenseroticart.com/competition.php

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Take part! Survey on Punk Zine Writers

Rebekah Buchanan from the Western Illinois University sent this survey request to us and we invite you to take part in it. If there are any questions don't hesitate to get in contact with Rebekah (find her email adress below).

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International Zine Month

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Womens Erotic Art

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We have launched and International Competition for Women's Erotic Art.
The first prize will be £300 and a solo show, in London Uk, Dates: September 28th-October 28th, 2013.

The winner and runners up will also be given a review from the judges Susana Medina and Joanna Pocock.

Closing date May 5th 2013.

  • If the winning artist can not make the dates for the solo show it will be passed on to a runner up.

link: http://www.womenseroticart.com/competition.php

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International Womens Day Activism, Womens Erotic Art

Today 8th March, International Women's Day. There is a new web site called Womens Erotic Art,
artists are invited to upload their work on this web site: Womens Erotic Art. The aim is to create an on line community that seeks to find new ways to articulate what it means to be a women in relation to art and sexuality. If sexuality used to be a place where real people had a real connection…Using the power of aesthetics. We are now here to readdress the balance
www.womenseroticart.com

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SFRIOT GRRRL

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SFRIOT FB PAGE

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Take part in a forum-discussion on feminist media production!

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We (Ricarda Drüeke, Elke Zobl) are editing a book on „Feminist Media: Participatory Spaces, Networks and Cultural Citizenship“ (to be published in 2012). In this more academic oriented book we (together with Stefanie Grünangerl) would also like to include a discussion among feminist media producers to offer their viewpoints. Therefore, we would like to invite you to take part in this discussion!

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New website for international feminist art journal n.paradoxa

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n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal announces its new dynamic website: http://www.ktpress.co.uk

The new website offers an exciting portal/platform for research on feminism and contemporary art in the last 40 years as well as presenting the journal's history over the last 14 years. Book reviews and editorials are now available online.

In its 14 year history, the journal has published the work of over 300 writers from more than 50 countries around the world.

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Wanted: Queer, Alternative and Subversive Femininities

Wanted: Queer, Subversive and Alternative Femininities!

I am a PhD student in Gender Studies at Leeds University, working on a project about queer femininities.

I am looking for people who identify as being feminine in an alternative, subversive or queer way to take part in this research project about feminine identities.

What is involved?

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