It has been a long arduous road, but I am pleased to say that ‘City Stories’ is out now on dvd. It features two short documentaries on urban development in […]
Call for Papers 2015 Feminist and Women’s Studies Association (FWSA) Conference Everyday Encounters with Violence: Critical Feminist Perspectives 9-11 September, 2015 School of Geography, University of Leeds, UK Although violence […]
PLEASE CIRCULATE WIDELY. APOLOGIES FOR CROSS POSTINGS. Dear colleagues and friends, Further to our recent announcement of the 2015 Feminist and Women’s Studies Association (FWSA) conference I am writing as […]
Podcast of my interview on 1st December 2013 on the impact of Delhi Rape case on British South Asian Feminism. This interview was conducted in parallel to the Birmingham debate […]
Originally posted on Feminist Geography 2017: insides and outsides of feminism:
Ayona Datta is an Associate Professor of Citizenship and Belonging at University of Leeds where her teaching and research range…
THIS ARTICLE WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN OPENDEMOCRACY ON 18TH SEPTEMBER 2013. CLICK HERE TO SEE ORIGINAL ARTICLE Late one evening, my academic partner Abdul Shaban, his research assistant Noor Alam and I reached […]
Listen to podcast of my interview on 13th September 2013 on the death penalty as the verdict in the Delhi gangrape case.