women's history

10 Period Drama Films to Watch This International Women’s Day

March 8th is International Women’s Day – a chance to champion women’s rights and celebrate womanhood in general, including those that have gone before. At the same time, with the rise in popularity of Women’s History, 2020 is turning into a strong year for female-led period dramas. So why not spend International Women’s Day taking…

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Look Up London – International Women’s Day Walks

REBELS, SAINTS AND SINNERS, MISTRESSES, QUEENS AND GODDESSES As International Women’s Day approaches, one of the most inventive and absorbing walking tour guides is inviting Londoners and London visitors to celebrate the city’s women. From 3- 8 March 2020, the week leading up to International Women’s Day, Look Up London will bring people closer to…

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Review: Women’s Suffrage in Wales by Lisa Tippings

The stars have aligned on the Hisdoryan blog. It’s officially Women’s History Month. It’s also Welsh History Month on the blog. And I’ve just finished reading Women’s Suffrage in Wales by Lisa Tipping. The timing is perfect for a review. I’ve always been into Women’s History, and I’m so glad the field of study is…

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10 Welsh Women That Changed The World

If you live in Wales you cannot have missed the fact that this past week the BBC have (quite rightly) been celebrating Hidden Heroines – the monumental Welsh women largely forgotten to history whose incredible achievements helped shape modern Wales. There is a reason for this celebration. There is currently no outdoor statue of a…

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