I have received this MP3 of the Andrea Dworkin Commemorative Conference held at the Centre for the Study of Social Justice, Department of Politics and International Relations at University of Oxford on Friday, April 7th, 2006 in e-mails from two fine radical feminist womyn, Nikki Craft and Delphyne, and I want to make it available for all radical feminists, in particular, to hear. I haven't listened to it yet, but according to Delphyne, it's a remarkable conference with the exception of Allison Assiter's contribution.
Professor Alison Assiter, University of the West of England and author, Enlightened Women: “Pornography: its significance for feminism”
Professor Catherine Itzin, University of Lincoln and Director of the Department of Health and National Institute for Mental Health in England (NIMHE) Victims of Violence and Abuse Prevention Programme: "Developing Government policy on prostitution, pornography and trafficking".
Professor Valerie Bryson, University of Huddersfield: “Andrea Dworkin, feminist political thought and the role of men”
Professor Sheila Jeffreys, University of Melbourne: “Not just about pornography: the radical politics of Andrea Dworkin”
Finn Mackay, Chair of London Feminist Network: “Prostitution and Andrea Dworkin’s relevance to young feminists”
Julie Bindel, journalist, founder of Justice for Women and co-editor, The Map of my Life: the story of Emma Humphreys: “Myths about Andrea Dworkin”
Michael Moorcock, author, Between the Wars: “Andrea Dworkin’s fiction”
John Stoltenberg, author, The End of Manhood: “What Andrea knew about her work”
Professor Catharine MacKinnon, University of Michigan