Call Yourself A Feminist

Historian Bettany Hughes presents a series of discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas from the 1960s onwards.

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01*20090310"A panel of guests explore the issues which motivated women to join together under the banner of feminism.

While activists pursued campaigns involving street protests and fighting through the courts, other women were alienated by their arguments.

Both feminists and non-feminists join Bettany to recall key events.

Bettany's guests are journalist Ann Leslie, American academic Elaine Showalter, activist and historian Sally Alexander and co-founder of the US National Organisation of Women, Sonia Fuentes."

01*20090310"A panel of guests explore the issues which motivated women to join together under the banner of feminism.

While activists pursued campaigns involving street protests and fighting through the courts, other women were alienated by their arguments.

Both feminists and non-feminists join Bettany to recall key events.

Bettany's guests are journalist Ann Leslie, American academic Elaine Showalter, activist and historian Sally Alexander and co-founder of the US National Organisation of Women, Sonia Fuentes.

Bettany Hughes presents a series of discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas."

01*20090310"A panel of guests explore the issues which motivated women to join together under the banner of feminism.

While activists pursued campaigns involving street protests and fighting through the courts, other women were alienated by their arguments.

Both feminists and non-feminists join Bettany to recall key events.

Bettany's guests are journalist Ann Leslie, American academic Elaine Showalter, activist and historian Sally Alexander and co-founder of the US National Organisation of Women, Sonia Fuentes.

Bettany Hughes presents a series of discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas.

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01*20090310"A panel of guests explore the issues which motivated women to join together under the banner of feminism.

While activists pursued campaigns involving street protests and fighting through the courts, other women were alienated by their arguments.

Both feminists and non-feminists join Bettany to recall key events.

Bettany's guests are journalist Ann Leslie, American academic Elaine Showalter, activist and historian Sally Alexander and co-founder of the US National Organisation of Women, Sonia Fuentes.

Bettany Hughes presents a series of discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas.

Historian Bettany Hughes presents the first in a series of three discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas from the 1960s onwards.

A panel of guests explore the issues which motivated women to join together under the banner of feminism. While activists pursued campaigns involving street protests and fighting through the courts, other women were alienated by their arguments. Both feminists and non-feminists join Bettany to recall key events.

"

01*20090310A panel of guests explore the issues which motivated women to join together under the banner of feminism.

While activists pursued campaigns involving street protests and fighting through the courts, other women were alienated by their arguments.

Both feminists and non-feminists join Bettany to recall key events.

Bettany's guests are journalist Ann Leslie, American academic Elaine Showalter, activist and historian Sally Alexander and co-founder of the US National Organisation of Women, Sonia Fuentes.

02*20090317"Bettany's guests are former local government leader Linda Bellos, businesswoman Roz Morris, academic Lynne Segal, author Beatrix Campbell and activist Sue Finch.

They discuss feminism in the 1980s and what it meant to them."

02*20090317"Bettany's guests are former local government leader Linda Bellos, businesswoman Roz Morris, academic Lynne Segal, author Beatrix Campbell and activist Sue Finch.

They discuss feminism in the 1980s and what it meant to them.

Linda Bellos, Roz Morris, Lynne Segal and Beatrix Campbell discuss feminism in the 1980s."

02*20090317"Bettany's guests are former local government leader Linda Bellos, businesswoman Roz Morris, academic Lynne Segal, author Beatrix Campbell and activist Sue Finch.

They discuss feminism in the 1980s and what it meant to them.

Linda Bellos, Roz Morris, Lynne Segal and Beatrix Campbell discuss feminism in the 1980s.

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02*20090317"Bettany's guests are former local government leader Linda Bellos, businesswoman Roz Morris, academic Lynne Segal, author Beatrix Campbell and activist Sue Finch.

They discuss feminism in the 1980s and what it meant to them.

Linda Bellos, Roz Morris, Lynne Segal and Beatrix Campbell discuss feminism in the 1980s.

Historian Bettany Hughes presents the second in a series of three discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas from the 1960s onwards.

Bettany's guests are former local government leader Linda Bellos, businesswoman Roz Morris, academic Lynne Segal, author Beatrix Campbell and activist Sue Finch. They discuss feminism in the 1980s and what it meant to them.

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02*20090317Bettany's guests are former local government leader Linda Bellos, businesswoman Roz Morris, academic Lynne Segal, author Beatrix Campbell and activist Sue Finch.

They discuss feminism in the 1980s and what it meant to them.

03 LAST*20090324"Bettany and guests discuss how a new generation of women embrace the label 'feminist', the issues which motivate them and how definitions of feminism have changed since the 1960s.

The panellists are journalist and critic Miranda Sawyer, American writer and founder of the online forum Feministing.com Jessica Valenti and academic Rachel Bowlby, whose research includes work on pyschoanalysis, reproductive rights and shopping."

03 LAST*20090324"Bettany and guests discuss how a new generation of women embrace the label 'feminist', the issues which motivate them and how definitions of feminism have changed since the 1960s.

The panellists are journalist and critic Miranda Sawyer, American writer and founder of the online forum Feministing.com Jessica Valenti and academic Rachel Bowlby, whose research includes work on pyschoanalysis, reproductive rights and shopping.

Bettany's guests Miranda Sawyer, Jessica Valenti and Rachel Bowlby."

03 LAST*20090324"Bettany and guests discuss how a new generation of women embrace the label 'feminist', the issues which motivate them and how definitions of feminism have changed since the 1960s.

The panellists are journalist and critic Miranda Sawyer, American writer and founder of the online forum Feministing.com Jessica Valenti and academic Rachel Bowlby, whose research includes work on pyschoanalysis, reproductive rights and shopping.

Bettany's guests Miranda Sawyer, Jessica Valenti and Rachel Bowlby.

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03 LAST*20090324"Bettany and guests discuss how a new generation of women embrace the label 'feminist', the issues which motivate them and how definitions of feminism have changed since the 1960s.

The panellists are journalist and critic Miranda Sawyer, American writer and founder of the online forum Feministing.com Jessica Valenti and academic Rachel Bowlby, whose research includes work on pyschoanalysis, reproductive rights and shopping.

Bettany's guests Miranda Sawyer, Jessica Valenti and Rachel Bowlby.

Bettany's guests Miranda Sawyer, Jessica Valenti and Rachel Bowlby.

Historian Bettany Hughes presents the third in a series of three discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas from the 1960s onwards.

Bettany and guests discuss how a new generation of women embrace the label 'feminist', the issues which motivate them and how definitions of feminism have changed since the 1960s.

The panellists are journalist and critic Miranda Sawyer, American writer and founder of the online forum Feministing.com Jessica Valenti and academic Rachel Bowlby, whose research includes work on pyschoanalysis, reproductive rights and shopping.

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03 LAST*20090324Bettany and guests discuss how a new generation of women embrace the label 'feminist', the issues which motivate them and how definitions of feminism have changed since the 1960s.

The panellists are journalist and critic Miranda Sawyer, American writer and founder of the online forum Feministing.com Jessica Valenti and academic Rachel Bowlby, whose research includes work on pyschoanalysis, reproductive rights and shopping.