Date / time
8 February, 10:45 am - 5:00 pm
One day workshop at the University of Warwick
Early Modern Women’s Roles and Identities 1500-1800
The workshop explores women’s work, roles and identities in early modernity, with a particular focus on Britain and Europe but also with some comparison with the wider world. Speakers come from both History and English, and the discussion is intended to be wide-ranging to encompass a range of ways in which female identity was constructed. Through their focus on women’s occupations and interpersonal relationships, the papers will assess women’s individual and collective identities in a variety of social environments and spaces.
Full details and registration: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/ecc/events/women/