Event: CLARE CHAMBERS | IN DEFENCE OF THE UNMODIFIED BODY
Organizer: CAMBRIDGE LITERARY FESTIVAL
Speakers: Clare Chambers, Rachel Cunliffe
Tickets: £7 (concessions may apply)
Date: Jun 5th 11:30pm UK Time. Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Jun 5th 3:30pm | ET: Jun 5th 6:30pm.
Europe - UK: Jun 5th 11:30pm | CET: Jun 6th 12:30am.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Jun 6th 6:30am | AET: Jun 6th 8:30am.
Description from Cambridge Literary Festival:
"Part of the Cambridge Spring 2022 Literature Festival, Fri 27 May - 05 Jun. Watch anytime.
In the hit BBC TV series ‘Fleabag’, a feminist asks a room-full of young women whether they would trade five years of their life for the so-called ‘perfect body’. In this rousing talk, best-selling author and political philosopher Clare Chambers makes a passionate case for why loving the body we were born with is a radical act. Arguing that our choices – even the most personal ones – are not made in a cultural vacuum, Clare illuminates how ingrained sexist norms, ageism and social media distort our perceptions of our selves.
In conversation with Rachel Cunliffe, Senior Associate Editor, New Statesman."
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND CREDITS
Cambridge Literary Festival
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