DPhil workshop: First-year students working in Women's History and Gender History present their work

A sandwich lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by email genderwomenandculture@gmail.com by Tuesday 17th May so we can cater accurately.

Tess Little – Mapping Transatlantic Networks of Protest: The Emergence of Feminist Activism from 1968-71 in Britain, France and America

Bethany White – Gender, Class and Higher Education in Britain

Olivia Robinson – Foreign Female Domestic Servants in Britain, 1880-1939

Lucy Golding – Motherhood, Domesticity and Employment in England in the 1950s