Lunchbox/Soapbox: Christine Gordon on International Women’s Day - Feminism is Personal

Lunchbox/Soapbox: Christine Gordon on International Women's Day - Feminism is Personal

Celebrating and acknowledging women’s stories, Christine Gordon – bookseller, book-lover, and passionate advocate of women’s writings, muses on why the political is personal, and reasons that the conduit to feminism is an individual crossing of sorts.

The transcript for this presentation is available here.

Who?

Portrait of Christine Gordon

Christine Gordon

Christine Gordon is the Programming Manager of Melbourne’s pre-eminent independent bookshop, Readings, and has been in that role for over a decade. She considers this the best job in Australia. Christine was one of the founding members of the Stella Prize, sits on the Readings Foundation board and has been a judge on various literary awards. She is passionate about Australian literature and  ensuring that reading continues to allow endless possibilities for everyone.

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