The Gender, Women, and Culture seminar series, in conjunction with the Centre for Gender, Identity, and Subjectivity, are organising a DPhil event to celebrate and discuss in-progress DPhils in gender and women’s history.
Please register now for this event to support students in the field and share your ideas and insights: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gender-women-and-culture-dphil-event-tickets-34405686334
The programme is as follows:
* 11.30-12. 15: Maurice Casey, These Russian Boys Think Being Irish so Wonderful’: May O’Callaghan and the Intimate Politics of International Communism, 1924-1929
* 12.15-1: Fanny Louvier, ‘Food and mobility in French female servants’ autobiographies, 1900-1940 and Sumner Braund, ‘Saints of the Golden age: Royal Abbesses and Anglo-Saxon Sanctity’
1-1.15: Lunch in Common Room. A free sandwich lunch will be provided. * 1.15: 2: Ashley Garber, ‘Veterans of War, for Peace: the British Legion, Age, and Citizenship during the Second World War’ and Jan Stoeckmann, ‘Women, Wars, and World Affairs: Recovering Feminist International Relations, 1915-1939