We’re back this week and with a very special collaboration. As part of AAS2019, we had a chance to record an enlightening roundtable on the history of feminist anthropology in Australia. You can find parts 1 and 2 here!
The wonderful Dr Benjamin Hegarty, Dr Carly Schuster and Dr Shiori Shakuto are back for part 3 of their roundtable where they dive deeper into the history and great works of feminist anthropology in Australia.
It was an absolute pleasure to help record this episode and thank you again to Dr Benjamin Hegarty, Dr Carly Schuster and Dr Shiori Shakuto for their time and effort in putting this episode together. We hope you enjoy!
Links and Citations:
If you were interested in the panelists work, check them out here:
Benjamin Hegarty, McKenzie Fellow, The University of Melbourne
Caroline Schuster, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, The Australian National University
Shiori Shakuto, Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo – Tokyo College