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Professor Rebecca Kingston and POL303 students
Her Voice: Ladies who write
This is a series for those interested in learning more about women writers, intellectuals and activists, women who deserve to be known better than they are. Episodes of the podcast were written and presented by students at the University of Toronto enrolled in a course devoted to the study of women writers in the history of political thought. The podcast is inspired in part by Christine de Pizan’s Book of the City of Ladies (1405).
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This podcast recounts the peculiar life and work of French playwright-turned-activist, Olympe de Gouges. We take a deeper look into her most famous work, The Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen, which demanded gender equality in post-Revolution France.
Published 05/27/21
This episode explores the life and work of pioneering African American writer and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston. As a participant in the famous Harlem Renaissance of the early 20th century Hurston’s literary work, including “Their Eyes are Watching God” and “Mule Bone” offer insight into...
Published 05/12/21
Published 05/12/21
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