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Robert Jensen in Australia
Robert's events - commencing at the Sydney Writers Festival
Friday May 26, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM. Sydney Writers Festival 'System Breakdown'.
Robert in conversation with Tim Flannery (leading writer on climate change), Penny Griffin (Popular Culture, Political Economy and the Death of Feminism: Why Women are in Refrigerators and Other Stories), Professor Mark Moran (author of Serious Whitefella Stuff). Moderated by Melanie Joosten.
Friday May 26, 6.30 PM. 'What needs to change: a conversation about men, women and culture'. Professor Robert Jensen in conversation with Melinda Tankard Reist at The Independent Theatre - Wenona School in North Sydney. A Collective Shout event.
Saturday May 27, 3-4 PM. Sydney Writers Festival 'Nevertheless, She Persisted'
Author of Fight Like A Girl Clementine Ford and Robert talk to Catherine Fox about the state of patriarchy today, and how to fight it.
Monday May 29, 5.30 PM - 7pm 'Radical Feminism in a time of multiple cascading crises'
L1, 15 Ancora Imparo Way, Monash University, Clayton Campus.
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Tuesday May 30, 6.30 PM. In conversation with Victorian Women's Trust's Mary Crooks at Readings Bookstore, Carlton
Wednesday May 31, 6 PM. As part of the Bendigo Writers festival, Robert is giving a talk called 'Feminism – what’s in it for men?' to be held at The Capital, 50 View St, Bendigo
Thursday June 1, 5.30-6.45 PM. Panel Discussion: 'What's the role of men in ending patriarchy' at building 80 @ RMIT – 445 Swanston Street Level 5, Room 1
Sunday June 4, 2 PM. Launch of 'The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men' at the Hobart Bookshop, 22 Salamanca Square
Monday June 5, 6 PM. Robert is giving the World Environment Day speech at the University of Tasmania, Centenary Lecture Theatre, Grosvenor Street, Sandy Bay campus.
Tuesday June 6, 6 PM. Zonta International Hobart. 'Pornography and Prostitution-What’s Justice Got to Do With It?' Quality Hobart Midcity Hotel, 96 Bathurst St, Hobart
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