Women Writing Women’s Rights: The Beginnings of Women’s Law Books in England, from Married Women’s Property Reform to Suffrage

Date / time
17 February, 2:30 pm


Women Writing Women’s Rights: The Beginnings of Women’s Law Books in England, from Married Women’s Property Reform to Suffrage

The next talk in the Friends of the Women’s Library programme will be on Wednesday 17 February 2021, at 2.30 pm.

Amy Kaufman, Head Law Librarian at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, will speak on 

‘Women Writing Women’s Rights: The Beginnings of Women’s Law Books in England, from Married Women’s Property Reform to Suffrage’  

 Amy Kaufman loves exploring hidden collections in her library, one of which – law books written by women – ultimately led to a master’s degree in the History of the Book at the University of London.  Trained as a lawyer and librarian, she enjoys researching and writing in the areas where those fields intersect. 

The link is

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

Meeting ID: 814 654 8491

Passcode: 893463