In this special bonus episode of dissertation diaries, I’m joined by Amy Philburn as we discuss the interplay between lad culture and sexual harassment. We share our own experiences of
In this episode I interview Lucia Arandia Clouston on her dissertation An Evaluation of Discursive Strategies Employed by Uber in Response to a Major Legitimacy Threat, Concerning Allegations of Discrimination
In this episode I interview my sister Ellie Obrecht on her dissertation Optimizing Humanitarian Aid through Modular and Transformable Design. We discuss what designers can do to enhance humanitarian aid
In this episode I interview fellow Durham alum Amy Philburn on her dissertation which delves into the class divide at elite universities and the challenges of being a working-class woman at Durham.
In this episode Tegan explains how she came up with her dissertation topic “Monsters or Men: Rape Myths in the Tabloid Media” and why she believes that rape myths are damaging our understanding of rape and undermining victims in the process.
Check out my interview with Tea Uglow for GamePlan A. The Head of Google’s Creative Labs shared her thoughts on inclusion in the workplace, the value of individuality, and the challenges that come with being a transgender woman and activist
When life isn’t going according to plan, sometimes it feels like there’s no way forward. Check out these stories to help you get out of that rut.
As a teenager I was reluctant to stand up and say I was a Feminist. Did I believe in equality, yes,I was just afraid of what people would think of me.
Overworked nurses and doctors, a rising number of deaths, and lockdown, it is easy to feel despondent and depressed in the face of the coronavirus crisis. To make myself feel better I decided to search for those infamous silver-linings because this cloud like the many clouds before it must have one too…
Following Tegan Francis’ exploration of what Feminism means to her, I thought I’d lay bare my own take on Feminism because while great mind do think alike, every perspective is a little different and here’s mine.