Protestors from around the world share their thoughts and experiences of the Women’s March, 21 January 2017.
January 21, 2017 witnessed the largest one-day protest led by women that the world has ever seen. We want to help preserve the spirit, energy, hope and optimism of that day by asking those who attended the march to submit their thoughts, impressions and memories of the day.
Tristram Hunt in conversation with Gareth Stedman Jones about his new biography – Karl Marx: Greatness and Illusion.
The flourishing of feminist bookshops was made possible by some factors unique to the 1970s and 80s. It was not, however, the political opposition that destroyed most of the radical bookshops by the end of the 1990s.
‘What is the History of Sexuality?’ at Birkbeck brought together doctoral students from across the world, and was an opportunity for their innovative research to be critiqued and developed through discussion with scholars in the field.
Sarah Jackson and public historian Sara Huws, along with a team of volunteers, are working towards creating an East End Women’s Museum following protests at the opening of a Jack the Ripper Museum on Cable Street, London.
On its centenary, Jinty Nelson reflects on the genesis and achievements of International Women’s Day – and the ground still to cover.
‘Made in Dagenham’, the new film by Nigel Cole and Stephen Woolley, captures a key moment in British trade union history. It’s about the landmark strike in 1968 by women machinists at Ford’s factory.