This edition of Texts in the City features Lili Wilkinson and Laura Carroll discussing Jane Austen's Persuasion.
Kathy Lette unleashes her hyperactive wit and talks fiction, humour and autism with Monica Dux.
In the midst of a national debate over sexism and misogyny, we joined with Overland to examine the significance of se...
Examining outrage over the 'sexualisation' of girls, Michelle Smith explores parallels between the Victorian era and ...
In this polemic, Clementine Ford puts forth a passionate case that we are surprisingly far from achieving equality be...
Natasha Yacoub explores whether moves to prevent and respond to sexual violence in conflict go far enough - and what ...
Bernard Salt and Catherine Deveny join host Sally Warhaft to discuss childcare, work and family life in Australia.
On International Women's Day, Christine Gordon speaks about contemporary feminism and the power of women's stories.
Hilary Charlesworth delivers her proposal for female rights and representation in post-revolutionary states.
Acclaimed writer Amos Oz talks of compromise, compassion and conflict in modern Israel and beyond.
Kate O'Reilly asks: how hard is gender equality in employment? Is it unreasonable, and is it sustainable?
The author and scholar discusses porn's grip on pop culture and how we must reform mainstream sexuality with Monica Dux.
Leslie Cannold addresses questions of female representation in the popular imagination, and in particular, in books.
Our panellists discuss the perceptions and prejudices that hinder women at work, and consider possible solutions.
She Must Be Seeing Things examines the work of women filmmakers turning their gaze to the cultures around them.
In Drama Queens, our panel discuss solutions to unequal representation in contemporary Australian theatre.
Wendy McCarthy argues her case in the Intelligence Squared debate on feminism.
Gay Alcorn argues that feminism has failed
Monica Dux argues that feminism has not failed at the Intelligence Squared debate
Stephen Mayne argues that feminism has failed in the Intelligence Squared debate
Virginia Hausegger argues that feminism has failed in the Intelligence Squared debate
Jennifer Byrne argues that feminism has not failed in the Intelligence Squared debate
Kate Holden: Miss Misogyny
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