The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education aims to foster scholarship and dialogue on the history of women’s education by providing a digital space that will act as a locus for inquiry and research into these diverse histories.
From the New York Times archive, "Bryn Mawr Girls Tell Why They Chose This School in Preference to Others--How They Study and Play" is a snapshot of Bryn Mawr life just over a hundred years ago. Some things are different, of course, but many remain the same.
We welcome you at the University of Granada you from 26 to 28 June 2014 to the CIT (Female bodies, Image and Time. An Interdisciplinary History of Looking) International Congress. This conference will focus on works that tackle the looking at the female body from an interdisciplinary perspective. »
This one day workshop brings together scholars, at any stage of their career and working on any aspect of gender, sex and sexuality in 20th century Britain, for the presentation of new work and the beginning of a dialogue about the past, present and future of the field. »
Edit-a-thons and new narratives: we are celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting examples of women actively participating in the creation of the historical narrative. Rather than focusing exclusively on achievements of women in the past, we want to encourage women today to use their voices in the present to be agents of the historical record through whatever means are at their disposal. »
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