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24th March, 2022

Women Walking: Histories, Movement and Mobilities

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Date:
24th March, 2022
Time:
11:00
End Date:
26th March, 2022
Time:
18:00
Venue:
Online
Price:
Free

TCCE’s Women Walking Mini-festival: Histories, Movement and Mobilities 24 – 26 March 2022

TCCE is delighted to curate Women Walking: Histories, Movement and Mobilities, a mini-festival, building on our Walking the City activities in previous years where we took research onto the streets, creating opportunities for knowledge exchange in this novel setting. This mini-festival event works in this tradition, bringing together researchers, practitioners, writers and poets to explore the issue of women’s walking from a broad range of disciplines. 

Over three days, we will examine women’s walking from historical, literary, filmic, activist, physical, emotional, and health perspectives, across a range of formats including presentations, facilitated workshops, in conversation events, expert panels discussions and in person walks. 

As walking has become integral to our day to day lives over the course of the pandemic, we hope this festival will encourage attendees to think about walking as brought about by our speakers, but also their own walking and the physical, emotional and health benefits of this practice. 

Registration pages for individual sessions are below. 

  • In Conversation – Dr Kerri Andrews, Reader in Women’s Literature and Textual Editing, Edge Hill University – click here for tickets
  • Sensory Perspectives – Catherine Ross, Oxford Brookes University, Claire Farmer, Dr Jyoti Navare, Sarah Sulemanji, Middlesex University & Marloes ten Bhömer, Kingston University – click here for tickets
  • Walking to Greenham Common – Alexandra M. Kokoli, Middlesex UniversityJemima Brown (artist), Sophia Hao (curator), Ann Pettitt (activist and author), Anne Robinson (artist), and Sarah Spies (choreographer and curator), click here for tickets
  • Walking, Creativity, and Covid19 – Professor Dee Heddon, James Arnott Chair in Drama, University of Glasgow, Clare Qualmann, University of East London & Dr. Morag Rose, University of Liverpool – click here for tickets
  • Untold Stories and Hidden Histories: Walking to Understand – Iris Bertz, Jen Wilbur & Simone Smith, Intercultural Connectors – click here for tickets
  • Writing and Walking – Dr Linda France, Poet and Climate Writer, New Writing North and Newcastle University & Dr Samantha Walton, Bath Spa University – click here for tickets
  • Women between the Lines – Iris Bertz, Jen Wilbur & Simone Smith, Intercultural Connectors – click here for tickets

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