Blog and News, Seminars

‘Working Women and Global Industrialization: From Puerto Rican Needleworkers to Export Processing Zones’ with Dr Aimee Loiselle

Wednesday, 24th February 2021, 4pm (GMT) ‘Working Women and Global Industrialization: From Puerto Rican Needleworkers to Export Processing Zones’ Dr Aimee Loiselle, Postdoctoral fellow with the Reproductive Justice History Project at Smith College Exploitation of women’s labor and exemptions to…

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Blog and News, Seminars

‘“Two women in one house/Never did agree”: Internalizing Misogyny in Late Medieval England and Scotland’ with Dr Carissa Harris, Temple University

Wednesday 10th February 2021, 4pm (London) ‘“Two women in one house/Never did agree”: Internalizing Misogyny in Late Medieval England and Scotland’ Carissa Harris, Associate Professor of English, Temple University Carissa Harris is Associate Professor of English at Temple University and…

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Blog and News, Seminars, Women's History Month

To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Women’s History Network are hosting two panel discussions aimed to explore and understand the journey of bringing women’s histories into the public sphere.

Presenting Women’s History: In the Community Wednesday 3rd March 2021, 4pm Community-led histories play a major part in unearthing and championing women’s histories. But where to start? An in-depth discussion and introduction into community projects, exploring research resources, available funding,…

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Seminars

Winter Seminar Series

Please join us in engaging with historians from all over world as they present their latest research on a diverse array of topics within women’s and gender history. The seminars will also provide the opportunity to ask questions of the…

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