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Bad Bitchez Jan 27
We’re doing things differently this week! We’ve been asked to do a pop quiz episode. So much fun! We love our fan requests!! Keep em cuming😘
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Today's Document 23h
Allied women in Paris to plead for international suffrage. Women, representing Allied Nations, OTD in 1919
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Pankhurst Centre 🐝 Feb 4
We’re updating our bibliography. This one’s from the 1980s- can you help add suggestions?
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WhatsHerName Podcast Feb 17
We’re podcast co-hosts. But first, we’re sisters! We rarely see each other in person. But today we reunited at Disney. First time we’ve seen each other in 7 months. Our kids made us dance to celebrate. Anything to promote !! 😂
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Allison K. Lange, PhD Feb 18
An audience member at last week’s talk brought in this photograph of her mother the suffragist! THE BEST
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SuffragetteCity100 26m
Week 55 song pick honors like . Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Linda Ronstadt, Maria Muldaur: You Tell Me Tha...
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Archives & MSS Dec 16
This diary of Scottish suffragette Helen Fraser is covered in (Acc.14066) @ARAScotland
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Nursing Clio Jan 17
Head on over to Instagram to read more about Dutch physician Aletta Jacobs, who in 1882 founded what was arguably the world’s first birth control clinic.
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Amanda Scott Dec 9
You can pre-order my book from ! Use discount code 09FLYER for 30% off. It's about things and which aren't but are still pretty .
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Tweeting Historians Dec 21
Hey everyone, happy weekend! here with my final two threads on female emperors in . 🗾 I’ve talked about Kōken/Shōtoku, but you might be wondering: what about the others? So, let’s dive into the accomplishments of these powerful women!
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Middle Temple Jan 26
Charlotte Sarah Eldred was married to Edward Eldred, Under Treasurer from 1838-1855. Her portrait is unique within the Middle Temple as the only one depicting the wife of a person associated with the Inn.
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Annie Whitehead Author Feb 6
, Godiva, Queen Emma, St Hild, Domneva, Edith, Balthild, Eadburh, Aethelburh, Eanflaed, Aebbe, Cynethryth ... as many women as I could find - they're all in here. Available for pre-order now:
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The Door Podcast 4h
Another in our series of under reported . In 1915 performer, puppeteer and poet Emmy Hennings (b 1885) moved to and w Hugo Ball founded the Cabaret Voltaire marking the beginning of the Dada art movement.
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NISDStevensLibrary Feb 25
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History Scotland Feb 27
Six trailblazing women to be honoured with commemorative plaques by
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Women's Rights National Historical Park Jan 18
Welcome to 2020 and the Centennial of the 19th Amendment! Keep an eye out this year for our special Centennial logo indicating our Centennial activities and partnership events as we commemorate 100 years of women's vote!
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Allison K. Lange, PhD 19h
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Mercat Tours Int Feb 13
the first Military Cross granted to a woman was in 2007? The first female recipient was Private Michelle Norris of the Royal Army Medical Corps. While battling in Iraq she leapt from her patrol vehicle & rescued a fellow soldier whilst under heavy gunfire.
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HistoryofParliament Nov 29
You can find the full Women and Parliament series over on our blog, in which we explore the women's involvement in parliamentary affairs from the 15th century to the present:
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Coordinating Council for Women in History Feb 19
Our February is Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the godmother of Rock n' Roll.
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