This panel will be led by three prominent academics, who have published widely on issues relating to radical feminism, profeminist men’s advocacy and masculinity politics.
This public lecture is presented by RMIT's Centre for People, Organisaiton and Work.
Robert Jensen is a Professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. Much of his work has focused on pornography and the radical feminist critique of sexuality and men’s violence, and he also has addressed questions of race through a critique of white privilege and institutionalised racism. Professor Jensen is a prolific author and his most recent work is The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men, out from Spinifex Press. He is also a board member of Culture Reframed and the Third Coast Activist Resource Center.
Michael Flood is an Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow at Queensland University of Technology. Dr Flood has published widely on topics including violence against women and violence prevention, men and masculinities, profeminist men’s advocacy, male heterosexuality, fathering, and pornography. He has also contributed to agenda-setting frameworks for violence prevention, practice and policy, including Change the Story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia.
Bob Pease is an Adjunct Professor attached to the Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania and an Honorary Professor at the School of Humanities and Social Science, Deakin University. He has published extensively on masculinity politics and critical social work practice. Some of his recent works include: Men and Masculinities Around the World: Transforming Men’s Practices (Palgrave, co-editor), Men, Masculinities and Disaster (Routledge, co-editor) and Doing Critical Social Work Practice (Allen and Unwin, co-editor).
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