Quilting Points presents: Sara Ahmed, Complaint as Feminist Pedagogy - 11/05/18



We are delighted to announce that Sara Ahmed will be joining us at the Middle Floor of Wharf Chambers, Leeds for a public lecture on Friday 11th May 2018. She will be presenting a talk, entitled ‘Complaint as Feminist Pedagogy,’ based on her current research into complaints of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and bullying at universities. The talk will be followed by a short Q&A and a wine reception.

Sara Ahmed is an independent scholar and the author of eight monographs, the most recent of which being Living a Feminist Life (2017). She also maintains a lively and popular blog, feminist killjoys.

Attendance is free but booking is essential as places are limited. You can reserve at ticket via Eventbrite here. If you reserve a ticket but find yourself unable to attend for any reason, please contact us at quiltingpoints@gmail.com so we may pass your ticket on to someone else.


We extend thanks to our sponsors White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities and the Arts and Humanities Research Council for making this event possible.

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