16th-17th September 2000
University of Bath
Heartlands and Peripheries in Women's History:
Local, National and Global perspectives
Public/Private: Family, Sexuality and the State
Mrinalini Sinha Southern IllinoisUniversity, Carbondale.
"Rethinking Feminist Agency at the Crossroads of Imperial
and Social History."
Gro Hagemann, University of Oslo
She will be discussing changes in the position of women in
Norway in the twentieth century in a comparative context
Gail Lewis, Open University
"Gender Difference, 'Racial' Difference and Social Policy:
Lessons from History."
The conference will offer opportunities to network with
women's historians from Britain and will attract visitors
from other countries. It also offers delegates the chance
to visit Bath, an exceptionally well preserved Georgian
city (classed as world heritage site) with many historical
and cultural attractions.
Faculty of Humanities
University of The West of England
St Matthias Campus
Oldbury Court Road
Bristol BS16 2JP
Tel: 0117 965 5384 ex 4390
Fax: 0117 975 0402 Email: email@example.com
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