with Virginia Trioli and Miriam Sved / chaired by Lucia Osborne-Crowley
Where to for #Metoo? details
Where to for #Metoo? pictures
Where to for #Metoo? description
Generation F was Virginia Trioli’s passionate contribution to the great First Stone feminist wars of 1995-6. In this post #MeToo era, Virginia updates her classic text to assess what has changed, and what has not. Reflecting on how the #MeToo movement recalibrated relations between the sexes, Virginia is joined by co-editor of #MeToo: Stories from the Australian movement, Miriam Sved, to discuss the fallout and future of this era-defining shift.
Event additional information
Miriam Sved is a Melbourne-based writer whose debut novel, Game Day, was published in 2014. She has been a contributing editor to the feminist anthologies Mothers and Others, Just Between Us, and #MeToo: Stories from the Australian movement, and her novella All the Things I Should've Given was a winner of Griffith Review's 2018 Novella Project. A Universe of Sufficient Size is her second novel.
Virginia Trioli is a journalist, broadcaster and author. She is a two-time Walkley Award-winner and in 2019 she replaced Jon Faine as the host of the Morning program on ABC Radio Melbourne. She lives in Melbourne with her husband and son.
Lucia Osborne-Crowley is a writer, journalist, and researcher in constitutional and human rights law. Her first book, I Choose Elena, is based on her celebrated Meanjin essay of the same name.