Oct 28, 2015
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
|Where||Divinity School, St John's College|
|Contact Phone||01223 766766|
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A panel discussion about the politics of pornography, objectification of women and censorship. Where should the line be drawn on pornography and should censorship be the answer to female objectification?
With acclaimed spoken word poet Vanessa Kisuule, David Bainbridge from the Department of Physiology, Cambridge and author of Curvology, the origins and power of female body shape; Ian Dunt, political editor of the Erotic Review, editor of politics.co.uk and a political analyst for Yahoo UK and Professor Rae Langton, Professor of Philosophy, Cambridge.
This is a public talk that is part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. Booking is required.