Sexual violence thrives in a culture that normalizes and facilitates it. Join teachers from across the Faculty of Arts for a series of short talks about rape culture in relation to their areas of expertise.
Drop by the teach-a-thon anytime from 10am to 2pm.
10:05 Introduction - Doug Peers and Kathy Acheson Dean and Associate Dean of Arts
10:15 Rape Culture and Drinking in Colonial Public Space - Julia Roberts, History
10:30 Rape Culture and Game of Thrones - Katy Fulfer, Philosophy
10:45 Rape Culture and Law - Rashmee Singh, Sociology and Legal Studies
11:00 Rape Culture and Humour Toni Serafini, Sexuality, Marriage and the Family
11:15 Rape Culture and the Tragic Hero - Kathy Acheson, English
11:30 Rape Culture and Vampire Fiction - Trevor Holmes, Centre for Teaching Excellence
11:45 Rape Culture and Military Law - Doug Peers, History/Dean of Arts
12:00 Rape Culture and Racism - Heather Smyth, English
12:15 Rape Culture and Popular Films About University Life - Jay Dolmage, English
12:30 Rape Culture and Twitter Aimée Morrison, English
12:45 Rape Culture and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women - Susan Roy, History
1:45 Rape Culture and Ignorance - Tim Kenyon, Philosophy
1:15 Rape Culture and Trans People - Shannon Dea, Philosophy
1:30 Rape Culture and War - Marlene Epp, PACS/Conrad Grebel
2:00 Thanks and Closing - Tim Kenyon and Doug Peers Dean of Arts and Associate Dean of Arts
Everyone welcome. Refreshments will be served.