‘Never the same again? Feminism, women and the miners’ strike’ Natalie Thomlinson (Reading)
Suffrage is arguably the most important single event in women's history; despite popular conception it was not a fight for freedom, it was the campaign for equal citizenship waged by men and women across the class divide and the political spectrum. The refusal of the law to allow women to take part directly in political […]
‘Family, Conquests and the Appeal of the First Crusade’ – a seminar by Lars Kjaer (New College of Humanities)
‘Gratian and the Jews’ – a seminar by Anna Abulafia (Oxford). Followed by informal drinks and questions.
We are proud to present this 'in conversation' style event with University of Reading Alumna Alice Mpofu-Coles as part of the University's events to celebrate Black History Month. Alice is a former Zimbabwean diplomat, was herself a refugee, is a former Chairwoman of the Reading Refugee Support Group and has been honoured for her work […]
‘Passionate, eloquent, and determined: A new look at medieval heroines’ – a seminar by Helen Cooper (Cambridge). Followed by informal drinks and questions.
‘Suburban Relapse: British Punk and the Politics of Boredom’ – a seminar by Matthew Worley (Reading)