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5 March 2015

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International Women’s Day 2015: Women and the Humanities

Senia Paseta Women In Humanities

Melissa Benn (author of What Should We Tell Our Daughters?), Trudy Coe (Head of Oxford University’s Equality and Diversity Unit) and Caroline Criado-Perez (feminist campaigner and journalist) will reflect on feminism’s achievements and future at an event on Friday 6 March 2015.

The event, to help celebrate International Women’s Day (8 March 2015), is sponsored by Women and the Humanities at TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) and St Hilda’s College, and is free and open to all. Learn more and book online.

St Hugh’s Fellow and Tutor in Modern HistoryDr Senia Paseta is a prominent member of the Women and the Humanities programmes at TORCH.

Dr Selina Todd of St Hilda’s College wrote a piece for The Guardian about how the group seeks to promote feminist study and improve the working lives of female scholars.

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