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Lectures

  

Week

Lecture

Seminar

Term 1 Week 1

Introduction - SR & CH

Introduction  

Week 2

Studying Gender History - CH

Gender and History  

Week 3

Gender and the Enlightenment (Rousseau) - SR

Rousseau  

Week 4

Gender and the Enlightenment (More and Wollstonecraft) - CH

More and Wollstonecraft  

Week 5

Property and Consumption - SR

Property and Consumption  

Week 6

Reading week

No Seminar

Week 7

Work and Industrialisation - CH

Work  

Week 8

Anti-slavery - SR

Anti-slavery  

Week 9

Philanthropy - SR

Philanthropy   

Week 10

Early Nineteenth Century Politics - CH

Working-Class Politics  

Term 2 Week 1

Marriage and Divorce - SR

Marriage and Divorce   

Week 2

The Family - CH

The Family  

Week 3

Long Essay Workshop - SR & CH

Long essay discussions   

Week 4

Sexuality - CH

Sexuality  

Week 5

Prostitution - SR

Prostitution

Week 6

Reading Week

No Lecture

Week 7

Class, Gender and Education - AG-E

 Education

Week 8

Leisure - CH

Leisure  

Week 9

Politics after 1850 - SR

Women and late nineteenth-century politics

Week 10

Women's suffrage - CH

 Suffrage

Term 3 Week 1

Gender and Conflict - SR

War

Week 2

Conclusions/Revision - CH &SR

Interwar and Revision PP

Week 3

Revision - SR & CH

Revision

Week 4

Gender Exam: 1400, 15/5/19

 

Lecturers: AG-E = Amy Galvin-Elliott; CH = Carys Howells; SR = Sarah Richardson