Regional and Scottish WHN

England and Wales

The WHN – Midlands runs two conferences a year; one is at the University of Worcester in November and the other is held at museum or heritage site in the Midlands in the Spring.  To get an insight what our conferences are like – have a look at

For further information and to ensure that you hear about our activities follow us on Facebook  on Twitter @WHN_WM   Or get in touch with Dr Janis Lomas   or Dr Wendy Toon

For information on local Women’s History events and activities in the South please contact:  Dr Anne Logan, University of Kent, School of Social Policy, Sociology & Social Research, Medway Campus, Chatham Maritime, Kent, ME4 4AG. Email

West of England and South Wales WHN has three institutional bases: the University of the West of England, the University of Exeter and the University of Glamorgan. Every year in each part of the region we hold study days in which postgraduates and new researchers are invited to give work-in-progress papers. The annual conference is held in June and rotates between the three institutions.

Our annual subscription is £10 full waged and £5 students/low waged. We offer postgraduate bursaries for expenses to local conferences and travel to archives etc. for information please visit our website or email


Women’s History Scotland promotes study and research in women’s and gender history, particularly for those working in Scotland or working on Scottish themes. It has a commitment to history at all levels and aims to provide a network of information and support to all.

Our activities include our annual Sue Innes Memorial Lecture, Bi-annual Leah Leneman Essay Prize, and Research Bursary.Recent projects have included a resource on Women’s Suffrage in Scotland, Speaking Out: Recalling Women’s Aid in Scotland and the Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women (new edition 2018).

Annual membership costs £10/£5 (renewable each January). Please visit our website or contact Ann Kettle and Catriona McLeod

Women’s History Scotland


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