Tag: women’s history

Radical Objects: An Anonymous Letter

What can the arrival of an anonymous letter to a local police station tell us about the administration of justice in nineteenth-century Scotland? Hannah Telling discusses the case surrounding the discovery of a woman’s body in 1853, and what this can tell us about male responses to sexual violence, both in the past and today.

Global Feminisms

This is the introduction to a series of articles on Global Feminisms which will be coming out across 2022-2023.  I sat down to write this on the day that abortion before the 24th week of pregnancy was decriminalised in Colombia. The chant of ‘ya es ley’ (now it’s law) echoed […]