ideological and philosophical
Sessions include wars andfamines, missing women,mining disasters, death and bereavement, gendering disasters, and a round tabe discussion on the impact of orthodox economics upon the economic history of women.
Speakers include Julie Nelson(Harvard), Stephan Klasen (Munich), Catherine Merridale(Bristol), Richard Sheldon(Bristol), Martin Johnes(St Martins Lancaster), Marilyn Thomson(Gender advisor,Save the Children Fund, Maureen Fordham(Anglia POlytechnic), Jane Humphries (Oxford), Pat Hudson(Cardiff), Avner Offer(Oxford).
Workshop will appeal to all historians interested in gender history, to those working in disaster studies and to economists.
Post graduates particularly welcomed
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