On International Women’s Day 2018, we caught up with some members of the ANU Women’s Department to talk about intersectionality.
It’s time to get to know the deputy women’s officers: Priyanka Tomar and Juliette Baxter.
“In these spaces I’m aware that when someone talks about ‘women’s problems’, they’re simultaneously talking and not talking about me.”
Letter from the 2017 ANUSA women’s officer Holly Zhang There’s nothing quite like the clarity of hindsight to give one a broader perspective on things. Reflecting on my term, I can almost see the contours of the (often stormy) seasons that we went through, and feel the overlapping waves of women advocates who have carried, […]
Name: Laura Perkov Pronouns: I’m a cis woman and I use she/her/hers pronouns. Study: I’m heading into my fourth year of law/arts (anthropology). Home: I currently live in Kaleen, Canberra – but hail from Liverpool in Sydney’s south-west. Languages: English and some (very bad) Croatian. Favourite word: “legit”. Favourite colour: all shades of blue. Favourite genre of movie: science-fiction and romantic […]