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Reminder: WSG November seminar 2016

WSG’s second seminar of the academic year takes place in a little over a week at the Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, WC1N 1AZ, starting promptly at 1pm and finishing at 4pm.  Doors open at 12.30. Directions for getting to the … Continue reading

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The Women’s Studies Group website has moved home!

As part of our ongoing development, the Women’s Studies Group website has moved to a different home where we will be able to bring you some great new features!  We’ve migrated all of the wonderful blog contributions, so you can still catch up on all … Continue reading

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Julie Peakman’s new book: Amatory Pleasures

WSG is pleased to announce the publication of member Julie Peakman’s latest book, Amatory Pleasures: Explorations in Eighteenth-Century Sexual Culture (Bloomsbury, 2016), which I can already feel might make a few more adventurous scholarly types’ Christmas stockings come 25th December.  It examines … Continue reading

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WSG 30th Anniversary Bursary

The Women’s Studies Group 1558-1837 has always been an interdisciplinary collective of scholars, interested in collaboration, and in promoting research that might not otherwise have found a champion in usual university depts, museums, libraries, or other cultural institutions.  And since WSG’s founding … Continue reading

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Reminder: WSG September seminar 2016

The first WSG seminar of the academic year will shortly take place at the Foundling Museum.  Directions for getting to the Museum can be found here.  Doors open after 12.30pm with the session starting promptly at 1, and tea, coffee and biscuits at about … Continue reading

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