Call for Papers: Women’s Movements in India and Beyond

Christ University (Deemed to be University) in association with its project partners within an Arts and Humanities Research Council Funded International Networking Project on Articulating Women: Interrogating Intersectionality and Empowering Women Through Critical Engagements is pleased to announce a call for papers for a conference,  28 February to 2 March 2019. Participating institutions will include: Liverpool Hope University, UK; FACT (Foundation for Art and Contemporary Technology), Liverpool UK; and Bluecoat, Liverpool’s Centre for Contemporary Arts, UK.

Chinar Shah Appointed Artist in Residence

Bluecoat has announced the appointment of Chinar Shah as the Artist in Residence attached to our project. Shah will be in Liverpool at the end of October and will participate in the Postgraduate Conference on Interrogating Intersectionality on 5 November.

Nirmal Thomas’s Hosa Belaku wins Articulating Women’s Mini-Documentary Competition

Nirmal Thomas’s impressive short film on the theme of “Women and Community” is about an organisation in India that helped to train three groups of remote rural women to make hand crafted items prepared with recycled materials; by doing so it helped the women involved to recognise their own abilities and to gain financial independence.

Nirmal Thomas’s Hosa Belaku to be screened at Earl’s Court Film Festival 2018

Nirmal Thomas’s award winning entry to the Articulating Women Mini-Documentary Competition is to be screened at the Earl’s Court Film Festival in London in November 2018. The Earls Court Film Festival celebrates the short film genre, launching outstanding work by emerging film makers, and giving their films exposure before large audiences.