Reading Lunch: Sources and different perspectives on the history of women
You are invited to join us for lunch and discussion of selected readings. This week we will be looking at sources and different perspectives on the history of women.
A light lunch and soft drinks will be provided.
Readings for this session (links/downloads to follow):
Vicky Long and Hilary Marland, ‘From Danger and Motherhood to Health and Beauty: Health Advice for the Factory Girl in Early Twentieth-Century Britain’, Twentieth Century British History, 20, 4(2009).
Angela Davis, ‘A Revolution in Maternity Care? Women and the Maternity Services, Oxfordshire c. 1948-74, Social History of Medicine, Vol. 24, no. 2 (2011), p. 389-406.