Episode Index

Episode 212 - “Why the Lost History of Secular Women Matters Today”

Friday 20 June 2014

Today on CenterStage, an appeal for historical literacy.

Episode 211 - “Who Speaks for Feminism?”

Friday 13 June 2014

A provocative presentation on who does – or does not – speak for feminism in the secular and skeptical movements.

Episode 210 - “What the Secular Movement Can Learn from Other Social Movements”, Part II

Thursday 5 June 2014

Part Two of a two-part panel discussion on what the secular movement can learn from other social movements.

Episode 209 - What the Secular Movement Can Learn from Other Social Movements, Part I

Wednesday 28 May 2014

Today on CenterStage, Part One of a two-part panel discussion on what the secular movement can learn from other social movements

Episode 208 - Gender Equality in the Secular Movement, Part II

Monday 19 May 2014

Today on CenterStage, Part Two of a two-part panel discussion on gender equality in the secular movement.

Episode 207 - Gender Equality in the Secular Movement, Part I

Monday 12 May 2014

Today on CenterStage, Part One of a two-part panel discussion on gender equality in the secular movement.

Episode 206 - Women Leaving Religion, Part II / Sexism and Religion: Can the Knot Be Untied?

Monday 5 May 2014

Part Two of a two-part panel discussion – plus, in its entirety, a provocative lecture by noted author Katha Pollitt.

Episode 205 - Women Leaving Religion, Part I

Tuesday 29 April 2014

Today on CenterStage, Part One of a two-part panel discussion on women who leave organized religion.

Episode 204 - The Mattering Map: Religion, Humanism, and Moral Progress

Monday 21 April 2014

Today on CenterStage, an evocative discussion of the surprising importance of mattering.

Episode 203 - Faith-Based Pseudoscience, Part II / How Feminism Makes Better Skeptics

Monday 14 April 2014

The conclusion of a discussion on faith-based pseudoscience – followed by a discussion of how feminism can make better skeptics.

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