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

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Dorothy Morris is shown here sitting in the early morning sun with a very young patient on the roof of a children’s hospital in Murcia, Spain, in 1938, at a time when the refugee crisis caused b... read more »
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 ‘Rule Patriarcha ? Women in Britain since 1800: evolution, revolution, or plus ça change?’  First wave British feminists made various predictions about the kind of g... read more »
Elisabeth of PolandBeatrice of Luxembourg was born circa 1305 as the youngest child of Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor and his wife, Margaret of Brabant. Not much is known of her youth but she was... read more »
The largest exhibition of The Queen’s dress and accessories ever shown in Scotland will open at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on 21 April 2016, Her Majesty’s 90th birthday. It is one of thre... read more »
From time to time on The History Girls, people share museums and exhibitions that they've visited that they think you might not have come across or that they just plain loved.*  And for me, the R... read more »
If you have been following our Stitch Off posts, you may not need to read this, although you may well like to take a look at just some of the examples of work so far that our followers have sent us. F... read more »

CFP: Women at Sea

4 February 2016
So excited to announce that Kristi Castleberry, Roberta Magnani and I are organising a 1 day symposium in Swansea on 1 July. Remember this post? It helped kickstart a great conversation that has turne... read more »
The subject of the Washington slaves still piques me so I decided to look further into the matter. At the time of George Washington’s death in 1799 there were 318 slaves living at Mount Vernon. read more »
link to slides because CANNOT UPLOAD FROM TRAIN :)talk given at College Art Association, February 4, 2015, for panel Mapping Feminist Art NetworksThe analysis I’m sharing today is a follow... read more »
It’s Undergraduate Week at Nursing Clio! All this week we are proud to bring you amazing work written by students at Macaulay Honors College, CUNY. Students wrote their essays as part a &ld... read more »
Kristin Collins When the Russian Empire colonized the Caucasus in the nineteenth century, it hoped to use its legal system as a way of “civilizing” and imposing control over... 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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