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Dr Alice White
Historian of 20thC Brit culture. Digital Editor . Wikimedian.
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Briony Hudson 23h
Had totally forgotten about the ace badges gave us at today's . Took off my coat & 8yo immediately said "that's the operation painting from your exhibition"! (sorry, terrible photo!)
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Wellcome Collection Jan 15
Take a whirlwind tour through history’s most bizarre, intriguing, and deadly 'miracle' cures.
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Dr Alice White Jan 15
Happy Birthday ! As a present, here are some new editors, new pages, and lots of new words to enjoy! 🎉🥂🎂💻
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Dr Alice White Jan 15
Huge thanks to folks & co. for the brilliant today! Learned so much about so many brilliant & so impressed at how much editing everyone did! 🎉💻📚
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MelG Jan 13
Discipline No.1 If you are an expert in C20th UK military uniforms/history + can help date some photos? Really interested in the Royal Horse Guards and their time at the Regents Park/Albany St Barracks
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Dr Kristin Hussey Jan 15
Learning how to edit from and its blowing my mind because it's soooo easy. Can I please embed this citation tool into every manuscript I've ever worked on?! We've got a big list of women in medicine to edit today - join us via
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Tom Rogers Dec 13
Amazing new resource for History teachers - this is a newly digitised collection of every edition of the "radio times" page by page from the 1920's to the 2000's.
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Dr Alice White Jan 10
Don't even have to be living! Notable historical women are great too! 😊💻
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Women in Red Jan 9
Its improving slowly... '''17.80%''' as of 7 January 2019. only 280,331 of the English 's 1,574,472 biographies are about women. Great to see new years resolutions to help fix this . We need 65,000 extra biographies to make it 18%. Thanks for your par support
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Dr Alice White Jan 10
And !!
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Dr Alice White Jan 10
Wikieds can be shy beasts but can be spotted at Wikithons! 😊 There are two in London at Wellcome Collection next week, you're v welcome to join us: And
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Ann (Annie) Reynolds Jan 9
Here's why I contribute to by writing new articles about women
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Jan 9
💻Meet Prof Anima Anandkumar (), head of ML , computer scientist + expert advisor for . Anandkumar works on deep learning + non-convex problems and advocates for diversity in tech. New page:
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Heidi N. Moore Jan 9
A fun historical story is that Diane de Poitiers, the beautiful older mistress of Henri II of France, drank gold every day to preserve her beauty, and reportedly died of poisoning from all that accumulated gold.
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Melissa Dinsman Jan 8
WWII help needed: In search of sources on firefighter training in Britain during WWII. Can anyone point me to a training manual or historical texts on the Auxiliary Fire Service? Please retweet.
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New Statesman Jan 9
Less than 18% of biographies on English Wikipedia are about women. But this can change, write , , and
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Wellcome Collection Jan 8
Feeling clumsy today? You might appreciate architect Alvar Aalto's clever door handles. They were made for Paimio Sanatorium so doctors wouldn't catch their sleeves when they visited patients. See more of Aalto's inspired in our gallery:
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Dr Alice White Jan 7
It's a drop-in - you're v welcome to come later if you can 😊
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Women's Eng. Society Jan 7
Bust the January blues come along to our 1st in 's Centenary Year. 17 January with & run by . Book FREE tickets👉
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Lee Jackson Jan 4
trying to work out if this makes sense ... basically, I've plotted mentions of authors by decade in British Newspaper Archive, as a % for each decade of their total mentions 1850-1900, with a baseline (grey zone) of some common words
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