Registration now open: Flying: A Conference on Kate Millett

Flying: A Conference on Kate Millett29-30 May 2014Birkbeck, University of London Keynote: Victoria Hesford (Stony Brook University, SUNY) Kate Millett became an iconic figure of second wave feminism after the publication of Sexual Politics in 1970. As one of the first pieces of academic feminism to come out of the American academy, Sexual Politics was…

Reminder: Seminar at the IHR, 5.30PM, 10.04.14

History of Feminism Seminars 2014 Part of the RSHC ‘Conversations and Disputations’ series Thursday April 10, 5:30 pm Agnes Arnold-Forster (KCL),  ‘The Changing Nineteenth-Century: Feminism and Medical Historiography, 1968-1980’ Jennifer Thomson (QMUL), ‘A ‘United’ Kingdom? Disparity in abortion legislation between Great Britain and Northern Ireland’ Venue: Gordon Room G34, Ground floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London…