Friday 11th March 2011 - Wolfson/Pollard, Institute of historical Research (Senate House, Malet Street)
Organised in conjunction with the University of Exeter
In 1921 Marie Stopes opened the first of her pioneering birth clinics. Her work and its legacy and the subsequent history of family planning are explored in this one day-conference organised in conjunction with the University of Exeter.
Topics to be covered include Dora Russell, maternity provision in colonial India and the history of contraception. Speakers include Lesley Hall (UCL), Kate Fisher (Exeter), Stephen Brooke (York, Canada) and Sarah Hodges (Warwick).
Manjeet K Sambi
Events and Publicity Officer
Institute of Historical Research
University of London
LONDON WC1E 7HU
t: +44 (0)20 7862 8756
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