Friends of The Women’s Library talks 2021

Date / time
20 January - 14 April, 2:30 pm


Friends of The Women's Library talks 2021

The first presentation in the 2021 talks programme of the Friends of The Women’s Library will take place on

Wednesday 17 March 2021, 2.30 pm.

Dr Eleanor Reed, Project Officer for ‘Time and Tide: Connections and Legacies’ at Nottingham Trent University:

Making Homemakers: how Woman’s Weekly shaped lower-middle-class domestic culture in Britain, 1918-1958.

https://lse.zoom.us/j/8146548491?pwd=c0JnUEl1eEpqRDc1Y0V2UXdnVytGUT09

Meeting ID: 814 654 8491
Passcode: 893463

Wednesday 14 April 2021, 2.30 pm

Dr Anne Logan, Emeritus Reader at the University of Kent, and biographer of Margery Fry (The Politics of Penal Reform: Margery Fry and the Howard League).

I grumbled a little at the absolutely endless catechism about Elizabeth Fry’: Margery Fry and Quakerism

https://lse.zoom.us/j/8146548491?pwd=c0JnUEl1eEpqRDc1Y0V2UXdnVytGUT09

Meeting ID: 814 654 8491
Passcode: 893463

 

Looking ahead: on Wednesday 26 May, we look forward to hearing Dr Helen McCarthy, Reader in Modern and Contemporary British Historyat the University of Cambridge, speaking on ‘’Social problem to social norm? Writing the history of working motherhood in twentieth-century Britain’.