The Space Invaders crew talk to women in heritage and the arts about feminist leadership.
What is it, who can do it, and how do we practice it ourselves?
What's Barbie got to do with feminist protest?
Space Invader Mel Strauss catches up with Sarah Williamson, also known as Art Activist Barbie to talk feminist activism and gender equity in collections and displays.
Flexible working for feminist leadership
Sara Wajid and Zak Mensah are the first CEOs to job share in a large UK museum. They met with feminist sociologist Dr. Nirmal Puwar, to explore the implications for feminist leadership in this model.
Feminist solidarity at the museum
Laura Van Broekhoven and our Sharon Heal talk disrupting hierarchies and taking steps to decolonise the Pitt Rivers Museum.
Women of colour in leadership
Space Invader Sara Wajid talks to Nirmal Puwar about her fascinating research into women leaders in museums. They explore why her book is called Space Invaders, how it feels to enter a space that wasn't designed for you. And the challenges faced by women of colour in leadership.
Presented by Sara Wajid :: Produced by Lucy Harland :: Recorded on Zoom during lockdown
Building a feminist museum from scratch
Space Invader Mel Strauss catches up with Eastend Women's Museum's Rachel Crossley to talk feminism, leadership and making a museum from scratch.
Presented by Mel Strauss :: Produced by Lucy Harland :: Recorded on Zoom during lockdown
Feminist Leadership in action
Back in January when we could still roam free, Space Invader Sharon Heal caught up with the inspirational Dr Adele Patrick at Glasgow Women's Library. Listen in to find out how Adele puts feminist principles into practice at work.
Presented by Sharon Heal :: Produced by Lucy Harland :: Recorded in January 2020 at Glasgow Bridgeton Station and Glasgow Women's Library