It’s here! The final episode of season three! This episode responds explicitly to Carla Rice’s peer review of season two, specifically this sentence:
“Follow-up episodes featuring panels of feminist scholars, educators and activists could have opened space to reflect on ethical processes of speaking out and listening to criticism—on how critique might engender difficult emotions such as anger and shame in panelists, on how they’ve worked through these emotions, and on how attending to difficult emotions can lead to new learning.”
This is that follow-up episode, this is that panel of feminist scholars, educators, and activists, and this is our reflection on speaking out and listening to criticism. And these are some links!
- First up, a little more on our guests’ work. You can find all of Brenna‘s projects, including her excellent podcast, on her website. She is also an author over at BookRiot! Lucia‘s work, including her blog, is also available on her website. And Erin‘s work is in many exciting places, including Hook&Eye; you can also read more about Notes from a Feminist Killjoy here.
- Erin recommended Kerry Clare‘s blog, Pickle Me This.
- Our reference to guts being feminist friends was alluding to Sara Ahmed’s blog post “The Time of Complaint.” But talking about guts and feminism always makes me think of the fabulous Guts Magazine, a vital Canadian feminist platform.
The podcast theme song is “Mesh Shirt” by Mom Jeans off their album “Chub Rub.” Listen to the whole album here or learn more about them here. Our collective theme song was “Remember My Name” by Mitski.
Secret Feminist Agenda is recorded and produced by Hannah McGregor on the traditional and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.