Re-Presenting the British Past: Women, Gender and History in the British Isles
A conference of Archif Menywod Cymru/Women's Archive of Wales; Llafur: the Welsh People's History Society; and the University of Glamorgan at
University of Glamorgan Treforest South Wales United Kingdom April 2 - 4 2004.
Prof. Lynn Abrams: Just Add Gender and Stir: A Recipe for a Gendered History of Scotland
Prof. Deirdre Beddoe: Out of the Shadows: Developments in Welsh Women's History
Dr. June Hannam: 'Send on a pair of pink knickers': Lucy Middleton and Labour Politics in the 1920s and 1930s.
Dr. Maria Luddy: Finding the Past: The Irish Women's History Project
Dr. Garthine Walker: Early Modern Welsh and English Women Before the Law: Notes on a Comparative History
Dr. Wendy Webster: Gender, Empire and Narratives of World War II: Remaking Britishness or Englishness?
Workshop papers will cover a wide range of issues, from the Early Modern and Modern periods, including
Seventeenth Century Lives
Nationalism, Internationalism and Empire
Politics and the Suffrage Movement
Bodies, Minds and Health
Education, Gender and Nation
Biography and Women's History
Registration information and full programme from the contact listed below.
The Conference will be preceded on Friday April 2 by the West of England and South Wales Women's History Network Study Day, which is free and open to all.
University of Glamorgan
School of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences
01443 482138 Email: email@example.com
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