This Women’s History Month, we are celebrating the arrival of the Women’s Library at the School. The event ‘Working with the past’ (12 March, 5 to 7 pm, followed by drinks reception) will discuss the importance of working with women’s archives and showcase an archives exhibition. Book your place today.
Date: 12 March, 2013
Time: Discussion from 5 to 7 pm followed by drinks reception and archives exhibition
What’s the experience and significance of ‘working with the past’? What do women’s archives offer? And what do researchers discover in the process?
To celebrate Women’s History Month and the arrival of the Women’s Library at the School, LSE Equality and Diversity, Gender Institute and Archives have organised a panel discussion and archives exhibition on ‘Working with the past’.
Panellists: Professor Barbara Bush, Dr Kate Murphy and Professor Sally Alexander
Chair: Professor Mary Evans
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Open to all LSE staff and students. Limited places – please reserve a ticket.