Professor Selina Todd convenes the Faculty of History's Women, Gender and Culture Seminar series

15th January 2021

Oxford University History Faculty's public seminar series, Women, Gender and Culture, will be convened by our Tutorial Fellow in History and Professor in Modern British History, Professor Selina Todd in Hilary Term.

The seminars are open to all and will be held on Zoom at 1-2pm on Tuesdays in weeks 1, 3, 5, and 7 of Hilary Term. Presentations will be given for 30 minutes, followed by questions and discussion.

19 January 
Professor Sasha Turner (Johns Hopkins), ‘Ordering the Disorderly: An Enslaved Mother’s Challenge to Abolition’s Gender Logic’. Register here

2 February
Professor Rosemary Auchmuty (Reading), ‘What is lesbian history and why does it matter?' Register here

16 Feb            
Ms Bec Wonders (Glasgow School of Art), ‘Networks of conflict and liberation: what second-wave feminist periodicals can tell us about woman-controlled communication infrastructures’. Register here 

2 March          
Prof Sarah Pedersen (Robert Gordon), ‘The politicization of Mumsnet – modern suffragettes?’ Register here