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2005/6 Papers

Wednesday 1 March 2006, 5-6pm (R3.25), Ordered and disordered colonial history: Using the oral histories of white British women of colonial east Africa, Annie Bramley (University of Bristol ).

Wednesday 1 February 2006, 5-6pm (R3.25), Narrative constructions of family histories of health and illness, Antje Lindenmeyer (University of Warwick).

Wednesday 30 November 2005, 1pm (R3.25), Mature females in Information and Communication Technology: Are they conscientious or conscious objectors? Analysing the rationale and motivation of mature females to train for and enter ICT teaching, Nicola Morrell (London University).

Wednesday 16 November 2005, 1pm (R3.25), Gendering War: Media representations of war in Rwanda and Sudan, Georgina Holmes (School of African and Oriental Studies).

Wednesday 9 November 2005, 1pm (R3.25), Different Ways of Seeing: The Language Games of Mothering, Liz Mitchell (Canterbury Christ Church).