Women’s History & Feminism
Bishopsgate Library holds a variety
of collections relating to feminist and women’s history. These include ephemera
from protests and campaigns, papers of pioneering individuals, and records of
women’s organisations. Our extensive archives provide an exciting and
comprehensive exploration of activism and radical feminist thinkers.
Browse our inspiring programme of
courses on offer this spring 2019 and find out more about the fight for
representation and women’s history from the late 19th century to
Fancy meeting the remarkable woman who put up Ghandi in the East End, Britain’s first ever female firefighter, and the Berwickshire Granarchists? Come into the archive to explore our holdings and find out more about women's and feminist history.
Join us to share, discover and celebrate positive stories of female friendship and sisterly solidarity using authentic historical materials from our library and archive collections.
This workshop will explore the wide variety and application of feminist thinking by examining the work of four highly influential feminist thinkers: Audre Lorde, Simone de Beauvoir, Olive Morris and Jacqueline Rose.
Book tickets online | call us on 020 7392 9200 | via box office
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