OER is a feminist issue

In preparation for International Women’s Day (8th March), I have selected some interesting podcasts  about women internationally, and at home. Our open educational resources ensure that anyone who has access to the internet can have equal access to the finest thinkers Oxford has to offer.

Welcome to the International Women’s Leadership Symposium
Political reconciliation as women’s democratic citizenship: Women’s rights-claiming around the drafting of a new constitution in Turkey

Balancing Reason and Revelation: The Status of Women in the Jurisprudence of Ayatullah Yusuf Sani’i.

Women’s Health by Krina Zondervan

Forgotten Histories: The Memories of South Vietnamese Female Veterans

Facial tattooing among Drung women in Southwest China

The Relocation of Young Uyghur Women in China

Leading Transformation:Women at the Cutting Edge of Research and Practice

The Impact of European Court of Human Rights’ Decisions and Turkish Code Reforms Pertaining to the Headscarf on Islamist Women in Turkey: Enabling Emancipation or Legitimizing Discrimination?

A Woman’s place: The transformation of female power in first millennial BC Egypt

Kerala Muslim marriage, gender, and intimacy

Ethnicity, Power and Kinship. Female Chiefs in Tanzania, 1870-1940

Claudia’s Life – Singular lives, Gypsy metonymy

Changing state-society relations in Morocco through family law reform: ‘the state enters the home of the citizen’.

Impact and Influence in Contemporary Criminology: The Question of Feminism

Eating NatureCulture: material feminism and maternal obesity

Sex in a Shifting Landscape Lecture Two:Oxford Uehiro Lectures 2012

A Queer-Like Smell

Before the ‘Days of Rage’: Registers of Bahraini Women’s Activism

Women in Journalism – a new kind of glass ceiling?

Building up Steam as Consumers: Women, Rice Cookers and the Consumption of Everyday Household Goods in Japan

Motivations for marriage and marital (un)happiness: Discourses in Japanese women’s magazines

Women, Sports and Societies in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa (African History and Politics Seminar)

Women composers at Oxford: Cinderella (1858-1944) and other role models

Inspiring Women – Inspiring Change

Women Returning to Cycling/Bike Riding

Postcolonial Women Writers

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