Category Archives: WHM

Women’s History Month 2013: early modern women & gender

Happy International Women’s Day! Digital Resources You can of course, visit the Gender section of Early Modern Resources any month of the year, but I’ll highlight a few relatively new resources that wouldn’t have appeared in previous roundups here. ABO: … Continue reading

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Women’s History Carnival 2011, International Women’s Day Edition

Apologies: this was supposed to go up on 9 March, just after IWD, but work and life got in the way. Hope you enjoy it anyway! Sources and Discussions Women don’t always change channel when the bombs begin to fall … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month, as an academic women’s historian

Women’s History Month is a great event, but one that tends to leave me feeling slightly dissatisfied. The thing is… so much of “Women’s History Month” looks more like “Women’s Biography Month”. And I’m not knocking that per se – … Continue reading

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Women’s History Carnival

March is Women’s History Month, and this year International Women’s Day (8 March) is 100 years old. To mark the occasion, the History Carnival is running a special Women’s History blogs event throughout the month. To mark International Women’s Day … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month roundup

Plenty of history bloggers wrote something about women during Women’s History Month: these are just the ones I’ve noted so far. They’re in no particular order, except that I’ve divided them into posts about women’s/gender history (issues, methods, sources) and … Continue reading

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