WSRC Blog: ‘Feminist Fatherhood #1: Gendered Expectations’ by Jason Coe

By Dr Jason Coe (Department of Comparative Literature, School of Humanities) This series of ruminations represents my explorations into the possibility, or maybe even impossibility, of “feminist fatherhood.” As a first-time parent, I find myself confronting many difficult questions: am I being patriarchal? Am I doing enough to support my partner? What am I teaching […]

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WSRC Blog: ‘Women’s Summit on Film in Hong Kong Higher Education’ by Gina Marchetti

By Prof Gina Marchatti (Department of Comparative Literature, School of Humanities) The Center for the Study of Globalization and Cultures (CSGC) [1] and the Department of Comparative Literature [2] convened a summit composed of women involved in teaching, research, and administration related to film production and cinema studies in Hong Kong higher education on November […]

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