Sisterhood and After

How excited is everyone about the British Library’s new resource ‘Sisterhood and After: An Oral History of the Women’s Liberation Movement’? Let us know how you’re going to be using it in your research. And if you’d be interested in writing a review/report of it for our blog, email s.r.crook@qmul.ac.uk. Get more information here http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/sisterhood/index.html.  …

IHR talk this week

History events at the IHR Constructing and addressing ‘the Ordinary Devoted Mother’: Winnicott’s BBC broadcasts, 1943-62 20 March 2013, 17:30 – 19:30 Event Type: Seminar Speakers: Anne Karpf (London Metropolitan University) Venue: Room 349 (3rd floor) Senate House, South Block Malet Street  London WC1E 7HU 

The History of Feminism Network is back up and running

We’re delighted to announce that the reins of the History of Feminism Network have been picked up by two post graduate students at Queen Mary, University of London. We are eager to build on the fantastic work and seminars run by our predecessors, and will be announcing some very exciting events soon. So check back…