New archive and museum catalogue at Women’s Library

NEW ARCHIVE AND MUSEUM CATALOGUES Thanks to cataloguing support from volunteers, the following archives are now available for research: 10/51 PRESS CUTTINGS ALBUM: WOMEN’S WORK IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR (1913-c.1919): Four albums of presscuttings from national and regional newspapers TWL.2006.02 SEE RED WOMEN’S WORKSHOP COLLECTION (1974-1984): 50 posters and 12 postcards by this women’s…

Women’s Freedom League Event at Women’s Library

DARE TO BE FREE! WOMEN’S FREEDOM LEAGUE EVENT In celebration of the 2007 Archives Awareness Campaign, and the centenary of the founding of the Women’s Freedom League, The Women’s Library is delighted to announce: Dare to be Free! The Women’s Freedom League 1907-1961 Saturday 22 September 2007 11am-12.30pm Free, but booking essential, as places are…

Opportunity for paid historical research/writing (London)

50th anniversary of the Life Peerages Act Opportunity for paid historical research/writing The Parliamentary Archives requires a temporary researcher to research and draft material for use by Parliamentary staff in connection with the 50th anniversary of the Life Peerages Act which falls in 2008 and in particular the introduction of the first women peers. The…

Paper for London seminar on 21/08/07

Dear All, Natalie O’Driscoll’s paper on ‘The New Woman of Weimar Germany’ that the London seminar of the History of Feminsim Network will be discussing on 21/08/07 from 5:30 to 7 in Macmillan Hall at Senate House is now uploaded on the website on the ‘London Seminar Programme’ page. It will remain there until the…