The IE Women Initiative is organizing some Reading Sessions on the most significant books to understand women issues depicted on the different literary works: essays, fiction, research and women and female leadership. Come and join the next reading!
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These are the instructions that you have to follow to connect:
- Copy this address https://meet.ie.edu/IECenterforDiversity in the Google Chrome browser.
- Download the required Adobe Connect plug-ins. The tool will ask for it and they are safe.
- Enter as a Guest with your name and surname.
- If possible, connect your headphones for audio and microphones (sometimes, speaking directly to the computer’s output microphone creates a lot of echo and it doesn’t sound good).
On Friday, 22 May at 11:00 a.m. Susana Malcorra, Dean of the IE School of Global and Public Affairs, talked about her book ‘In pursuit of what matters: Passion for the bottom line‘), her experice, how to manage crisis and women leadership.
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On Friday, 24 April at 11:00 a.m. Maria José Ferrari, IE Associate Head for Academic Affairs – Humanities Division, talked about Reflections from Don Quijote for times of lockdown (Session in English).
At 16:00 a.m., it took place the Spanish session: Reflexiones de El Quijote para tiempos de encierro (Sesión en Español).
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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brönte, a special session led by Celia de Anca, IE Center for Diversity Director, and the participation of Sara Cebrián from the UK Ambassy, on 27 March. The theme for this session was feminism and fiction: The first assertive women in modern fiction. By reading a world famous work of fiction, we analyzed how classical feminist fiction has described strong female characters who try to assert their rights.
“Women & Power: A Manifesto” by Mary Beard to debate in the first IE Women Book Reading Club on January 9, 2020. Carmen Morales, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and HR at IE, took the lead of the presentation in an inspiring and awareness-raise session. Historian Mary Beard presents a bold manifesto for women’s liberty, exploring the deep roots of misogyny and offering a revolutionary roadmap for change.