The WHN Annual Conference

WHN Annual Conference

Women’s History Network Annual Conference 2-4 September 2021 – Homes, Food and Farm

Women’s History Network Annual Conference 2 –  4 September 2021 Homes, Food and Farms *2nd- 4th September 2021 *  This is now going to be an online conference.  In recent years Women’s History has made a significant contribution to debates and explorations of histories of homes, families and domestic life. Women’s multiple and varied roles in the […]

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Herstories Student Conference – 8 March 2021

On 8th March 2021 the Women’s History Network held a student conference called Studying Herstories. Due to the Covid pandemic, this took place online enabling a wide range of speakers and attendees from different backgrounds, institutions, and career stages to participate. It was an excellent way to celebrate International Women’s Day and bring together those […]

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Women’s History Network Early Career Fellowship 2021/22

  The Women’s History Network is offering three WHN fellowships to support Early Career Researchers. Each fellowship is designed to provide financial support to those who have completed their doctorate but are yet to secure their first academic post. The fellowship includes: A bursary of £1500 (paid in two instalments of £750) which can be used in any way […]

Activities

Events, Seminars

30th June: ‘Living as Man and Wife’: Women and Cohabitation in Scotland, 1560-1750

Wednesday, 30th June 2021, 4pm (UK) Dr Rebecca Mason, University of Glasgow Cohabitation, in very broad terms, can be defined as an arrangement in which an unmarried couple lives together in a long-term relationship that resembles a marriage. Throughout history, Scottish couples cohabited, rather than married, for a variety of reasons, often due to existing […]

Women's History Journal

Women's History Journal

Women’s History Spring 2021

Special Issue: Doing Women’s History. The Spring 2021 special edition issue of Women’s History is available now for purchase. The digital version of this edition is available free to all members – see details below.

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