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Dr. Victoria Bateman speaks on feminism & Caius Cambridge Women Speak Out Photoshoot

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In celebration of International Women’s Day, Dr. Victoria Bateman will be speaking on feminism(see details below) and the Cambridge Women Speak Out campaign will be holding a photoshoot in Gonville and Caius college.

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The campaign invites you to be photographed with a message you feel is relevant to women today. You can see the pictures on our page to get an idea. The pictures will be featured in an exhibition amongst many of other women from various colleges. A grand exhibition will be held at Michaelhouse Cafe (see Cambridge Women Speak Out

Dr Victoria Bateman is an economics fellow and feminist at Gonville and Caius college. She caused controversy when her nude portrait (painted by Anthony Connolly RP) was exhibited at the Mall Galleries in London in May 2014 in an attempt to change perceptions of the female body. In this talk she will present the feminist message behind the portrait and highlight the essential role feminism can play not only in improving women’s lives but also in eliminating global poverty. See:

The talk will be followed by a drinks reception and photoshoot. The talk is open to all genders.

Where: Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius college When: 5th March, 7pm


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