Catriona Crowe

Remembering 1968 and after: The second wave of Irish feminism

Venue: Church of Ireland – Merriebelle Farm Stage

It was two years before the publication of Kate Millet’s Sexual Politics and Germaine Greer’s The Female Eunuch. Gloria Steinem was working on her seminal 1969 article ‘After Black Power, Women’s Liberation’, so we were on the cusp of the second significant wave of militant feminism of the 20th century. In addition to her many scholarly, journalistic and broadcasting achievements Catriona Crowe is also a member of the Royal Irish Academy and Chair of the Irish Theatre Institute, as well as a member of numerous boards in the cultural sector.

Price €6.00