Helena Morissey, the death penalty and Rodin's 'The Kiss'
In episode 1, we talk about feminism, capital punishment and sculpture. Our three figures are Helena Morissey, that 58 countries have the death penalty and 'The Kiss' by Auguste Rodin.
The Figure is a weekly podcast in which we figure out people, numbers and images of the past, present and future, exploring each with an open mind. Hosted by Georgia Parkin and Charlotte Lorimer.
Figure 1: Helena Morrissey
A Good Time to be a Girl
Women's Hour: Helena Morrissey
The Business RTE: Helena Morrissey
A History of Britain in 21 Women, Jenni Murray
Figure 2: 58 countries have the death penalty
About Noura Hussein
The Guilty Feminist: Things we think are normal with Gina Martin and Yassmin Abdel Magied
The Why Factor: The Death Penalty
Wildlife poachers in Kenya ‘to face death penalty,’ Jane Dalton
Lessons from death row inmates, David R. Dow
“The question is, how much can you include other women who aren’t as included as you?” - Pandora Sykes interviewing Deborah Francis-White
Figure 3: 'The Kiss' (Auguste Rodin, 1882)
The Shocking Story of The Kiss, Alastair Sooke
Rodin and the Art of Ancient Greece, British Museum
The Mind’s Mirror, Lea Winerman
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