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The Historical Birthday-Tea Party March 29th

No particular birthday today so let’s celebrate

Louisa Lumsden CBE (1840-1935), the first prominent female figure at the University of St Andrews.
Louisa was one of the original students of Girton College Cambridge.  105 more words


A Month of Cranky Ladies

March is Women’s History Month, which is probably my favourite month of the year because women and history are one of my particular academic interests. his year, March has also been the month of Fablecroft’s… 429 more words


Half-lives: Photography, history, memorialisation

© Anne Ferran, 30 from the series 1-38, 2003. Image courtesy of the artist and Stills Gallery, Sydney.

On 17 March 2014 I spoke at a symposium, SHADOW LAND: MEMORY AND COLONIALISM, at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA. 1,740 more words

What Moving Beyond Boundaries Means For Me

In this post, facilitator Ruth Mather outlines her motivations for taking part in the Moving Beyond Boundaries project.

I was really delighted to be invited take part as a facilitator the… 490 more words

Facilitator Posts

The Feminist and Women's Media Festival

Maggie Hennefeld and Beth Capper are PhD candidates in the Modern Culture and Media department at Brown University.  They have organized a Feminist and Women’s Media Festival, with three other graduate students in the department, Lakshmi Padmanabhan, Brandy Monk-Payton, and Rijuta Mehta.   1,665 more words


Sara Ahmed lecture

Don’t forget to RSVP if you’re planning to attend!

Sabina Spielrein, psychoanalyst werewolf.

For folks who couldn’t make it to the NYC Feminist Zinefest yesterday, here is the new in-progress work I showed and spoke about (this is just a photo of the original)! 78 more words