Women & Power: Redressing the Balance

Date / time: 6 March - 7 March, All day

Women & Power: Redressing the Balance


A conference convened by the National Trust & University of Oxford

Wednesday  6th March – Thursday 7th March, 2019 | University of Oxford

The University of Oxford and the National Trust are delighted to announce that booking is now live for the upcoming Women & Power: Redressing the Balance conference being held at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford on the 6-7th March, 2019.

Book your tickets here

Find out more about the conference here

Bursaries: A limited number of subsidised tickets are available for Students, Early Career Researchers, Early Career Heritage Professionals, and unwaged applicants. These places have been subsidised through generous support from TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities. Deadline for application: 1st February, 2019.

Visit our webpage for more information.

Conference Details: Throughout 2018 the National Trust ran a programme of public events, exhibitions and new interpretation to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act which granted some women the right to vote in British parliamentary elections for the first time. The National Trust is one of many heritage, cultural and academic institutions to have marked this anniversary. Many of the programmes, exhibitions and events that responded to the centenary not only explored the stories of 100 years ago but openly questioned the representation of women’s lives in the histories inherited by curators and researchers, and experienced in public life, today. This two day conference brings together researchers and heritage professionals to reflect on previous practice, explore the delivery of and response to events of 2018, and look forward to the future of representing women’s histories.

View the programme here.

This conference is supported by the National Trust, TORCH: The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, and TORCH’s Women in Humanities research programme through Oxford’s National Trust Partnership.