Reading the Room
Hear Virginia Woolf's classic feminist text A Room of One's Own as never before: read aloud by 40 academics, students, alumni and leaders from the Australian National University community. Together, they engage with the question of how far we've come in achieving gender equality since the book was published almost 100 years ago.
Lara Nicholls - PhD candidate in the ANU Centre for Art History and Art Theory
Fiona Jenkins - Convenor of the ANU Gender Institute and Associate Professor in the ANU School of Philosophy
Evana Ho - Communications Coordinator in the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences
Evana Ho and Grace Nicholls (student at ANU)
“String Quartet in E minor” composed by Dame Ethel Mary Smyth and performed by the Archaeus String Quartet. Released by LORELT (Lontano Records Ltd). To purchase the full digital album, visit: www.lorelt.co.uk/114
Our beautiful Virginia Woolf artwork was designed by ANU School of Art & Design students Lara White and Kate Rice.
This podcast is a reading of the Popular Penguins edition of A Room of One’s Own. Penguin Random House provided copies of the book; these were vital to this project.
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