Podcasts – Global Feminisms Project


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The Global Feminisms Project podcasts were created with a generous project grant from the University of Michigan Humanities Collaboratory.

Contextualizing Feminist Voices: The Country Sites

These podcasts, recorded in 2021, aim to provide listeners with additional information on the project’s interviews. In each episode, a project collaborator briefly interviews an expert on one of the country sites.

Contextualizing Feminist Voices: Teaching with the Global Feminisms Project

These podcasts focus on how individual teachers have used the materials in their courses. In each episode, you will hear strategies for using the materials that different faculty tried, as well as their thoughts about what those strategies allowed them to accomplish in their teaching.

Contextualizing Feminist Voices: The Lesson Plans

These podcasts, recorded in 2023, focus on the Global Feminisms Project Lesson Plans. In a conversation with the creators of the lesson plans, you will hear the thought processes and intentions behind each of the twelve available lesson plans, discussing its activities, assignments, and additional resources for incorporating the archive into your class. 

Student Podcast About Chinese Feminism

Andreea Coscai’s Who Holds Up Half the Sky – Podcast on Chinese Feminism focuses on critical issues from censorship of Chinese feminists to the broader meaning of feminism and transnational solidarity. In this podcast, Andreea, a 2022 Bennington College graduate, also interviews GFP staff members Özge Savaş and Wang Zheng.

Gender Matters Podcast

Dr. Abigail Stewart and Marisol Fila were invited as guests onto the Gender Matters Podcast hosted by Sydney Jameson-Blowers of the University of Buffalo’s Gender Institute to discuss their work on the Global Feminisms Project. In this podcast, they highlight their history with and interests in the many aspects the project entails.

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