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Edward T. O'Donnell Apr 30
“Women's history is the primary tool for women's liberation" Historian Gerda Lerner born in 1920
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Caroline Radesky Feb 17
Write up on Stephanie Jones-Rogers's exciting new book They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South
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WHAI Oct 9
Just over 3 weeks left to apply for our MacCurtain/Cullen essay prize in women's/gender history (deadline 31 October). The winning entry will receive a €150 bursary prize. Please RT. More information here;
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Dr Bronagh Ann McShane Nov 6
'New Database ‘A Space of One’s Own’ Celebrates the Women Artists Written Out of History Books'
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Dr Bronagh Ann McShane May 8
Excellent line up of speakers for this year's conference taking place London in June
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Apr 26
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Dr Bronagh Ann McShane May 22
I was delighted to contribute an essay on ‘Inter-confessional marriage in early modern Ireland’ to this new collection on Marriage and the Irish edited by
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Jun 2
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt May 26
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Lilith Journal Sep 28
We want to see your excellent contributions to women’s and gender history- today is the last day to submit for our 2019 edition!
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Edward T. O'Donnell Aug 13
“Now all we need is to continue to speak the truth fearlessly, and we shall add to our number those who will turn the scale to the side of equal and full justice in all things.” Lucy Stone born in 1818
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Emily Skidmore Nov 29
Women's and Gender History job alert (please note fast approaching deadline)!
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Arco: Experts in Safety 28 Mar 18
Our objective is to offer Hi-Vis Hazardwear specifically for women. Our purpose is to keep people safe at work, and we want women to feel confident that their is keeping them safe when they are in hazardous conditions.
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Dr. Bridget Keown Feb 14
Delighted to share my first article, published today in Family & Community History! ‘I think I was more pleased to see her than any one ‘Cos she’s so fine’: nurses’ friendships, trauma, and resiliency during the first world war
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Aug 28
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Dr Lisa Smith Sep 18
Wonderful example of family history in Jane Dawson: details of her treating her 7 year old son for King's Evil.
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WHAI Oct 12
: 'Deeds Not Words? Assessing a Century of Change' examines the theme of social change and women over the past 100 years. The conference takes place on Saturday 3rd November .
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Eliza McKee 16 Feb 18
Privileged to hear Mary O’Dowd talk about new directions in early modern Irish women’s history 25 years after the Agenda for Irish Women’s History was written symposium
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MHS Research 2 Jan 18
, join us this Jan. for seminars and brown bags on , , , and more!
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Sydney Uni Press 19 Mar 18
Since 2012 Frances Di Lauro has been developing innovative ways to use Wikipedia as a collaborative writing platform and a vehicle for formative assessment. Thanks Frances, for sharing your insights with us today
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