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Dispelling the myth that only great men contributed to history by telling stories of the great women of history who shaped our world.

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Dispelling the myth that only great men contributed to history by telling stories of the great women of history who shaped our world.

    Episode 6 – Rosalind Franklin: The Undiscovered Discoverer of DNA

    Episode 6 – Rosalind Franklin: The Undiscovered Discoverer of DNA

    In this episode of Great Woman Theory, our hosts and special guest Amy Bradshaw discuss the life and work of Rosalind Franklin, gifted chemist and researcher behind one of the greatest scientific discoveries of the 20th Century, the structure of DNA. Following what would have been her 100th birthday, we celebrate her life and work, … Continue reading Episode 6 – Rosalind Franklin: The Undiscovered Discoverer of DNA →

    Episode 5 – Marsha P Johnson: Transgender Power, Transgender Pride

    Episode 5 – Marsha P Johnson: Transgender Power, Transgender Pride

    Content Warning: This podcast discusses themes which may be distressing, including transphobic violence. This episode of Great Woman Theory looks into the life and work of Marsha P Johnson, LGBTQIA+ rights activist, advocate for transgender youth, and icon for the rights of black transgender women everywhere. What does the P stand for? Why did she … Continue reading Episode 5 – Marsha P Johnson: Transgender Power, Transgender Pride →

    Episode 4 – Dora Maar: More Than The Weeping Woman

    Episode 4 – Dora Maar: More Than The Weeping Woman

    In this episode of Shes Right's podcast, Great Woman Theory, our hosts contend with the struggles of lockdown to bring you the story of Dora Maar, photographer, artist, entrepreneur, and survivor of an abusive relationship with Pablo Picasso. She was famously painted as the "Weeping Woman", but she is so much more than Picasso's muse. … Continue reading Episode 4 – Dora Maar: More Than The Weeping Woman →

    Episode 3 – Coretta Scott King: Mother of the Civil Rights Movement

    Episode 3 – Coretta Scott King: Mother of the Civil Rights Movement

    …Women should allow our essence and presence to shine, rather than letting ourselves be buried or shunted to the sidelines.[2] This is the third episode of Great Woman Theory – a podcast discussing great women and feminist events in history. In this episode, learn about Coretta Scott King, activist, musician, mother, and wife of Martin Luther King … Continue reading Episode 3 – Coretta Scott King: Mother of the Civil Rights Movement →

    Episode 2 – Anne Brontë: The Forgotten Fearless Feminist

    Episode 2 – Anne Brontë: The Forgotten Fearless Feminist

    This is the second episode of Great Woman Theory – a podcast discussing great women and feminist events in history. This episode explores the life and works of author Anne Brontë, lesser known sister of Charlotte (author of Jane Eyre), and Emily (author of Wuthering Heights).[1] Although denied the fame and acclaim her sister received, … Continue reading Episode 2 – Anne Brontë: The Forgotten Fearless Feminist →

    Episode 1 – Julie D’Aubigny: The Delicate Arm of the Avenging Lady

    Episode 1 – Julie D’Aubigny: The Delicate Arm of the Avenging Lady

    As part of She’s Right’s participation in 16 days of activism to end violence against women, each article will be dedicated to a New Zealand woman who has lost her life due to gender-based violence. This podcast is dedicated to Irina Scantee, killed by a man 17 August 2019 , at the age of 45. … Continue reading Episode 1 – Julie D’Aubigny: The Delicate Arm of the Avenging Lady →

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