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The Women's History Carnival showcases recent blogging about women's and gender history.   (more info...)

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Tsar Nicholas was crowned and formally bestowed with his title of Tsar Nicolas II on 26 May 1896. He had become Tsar almost eighteen months earlier, but the coronation did not occur at the same time a... read more »
As I write this, planes from everywhere are disgorging bands of women into airports across the Republic who have flown home to Ireland to vote YES to the repeal of the Eighth Amendment. It is a vital... read more »
Fig. 1: She's ambidextrous and loving it💙💚💛💜  Blogger LoveI've always thought that it is important to get out of my little blog bubble and connect with other... read more »
The Duchess of Cornwall was born Camilla Rosemary Shand on 17 July 1947 as the daughter of Major Bruce Shand and his wife The Honourable Rosalind Cubitt at King’s College Hospital... read more »
    Recently I visited the zoo with my three little grandsons, whose favourite place it is. Felix, aged 22 months, is obsessed with octopuses and butterflies. I was struck by the generous sp... read more »
This post was supposed to go up yesterday but I'm telling you, I have a wicked case of jet lag! I will also write up a post later about the Royal Wedding and my trip to London, but for now, can I have... read more »
  Woman and her Sphere Catalogue 197       Item #23A   Elizabeth Crawford 5 Owen’s Row London EC1V 4NP 0207-278-9479 elizabeth.crawford2017@outlook.com   Index to... read more »
Citizens of the Republic of Ireland will vote on a referendum on May 25, 2018 to potentially overturn the state’s notoriously harsh anti-abortion laws.1 This moment is being characterized as a d... read more »
After writing about Florine of Burgundy, I thought it would be interesting to look at Ida of Austria, another high-ranking noblewoman who took part in the early crusades. Like Florine, finding informa... read more »
One of the joys of writing historical fiction for me is the detective work of  discovering the lives of the characters who populate my novels.  Although it's fiction, I want to get as close... read more »
Ethel Moorhead Ethel Moorhead is one of my favourite militant suffragettes. Not on account of the reality of her campaign of damage and arson,which was extensive, but because of the way she later wrot... read more »

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WHC uses RSS feeds to find content: it aggregates blogs dedicated to (or primarily focused on) women's and/or gender history as well as some more general blogs that have significant women's history coverage.

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