The Centre for Book Cultures and Publishing (CBCP) is delighted to collaborate with the St Bride Foundation to celebrate recent contributions to the field of graphic design history, which seek…Read More >
By Helen Kendall and Prof Cherry Tweed Joining the Reading branch of the British Science Association for monthly Cafe Scientifique talks celebrating women’s journeys in science. Admission free. No booking…Read More >
Dr Karen Jones from the Institute of Education and Dr Claire Collins from Henley Business School are delighted to announce that booking is open for a conference they will be…Read More >
Soapbox Science is a novel public outreach platform for promoting women scientists and the science they do. Admission free. No booking required.
Graduate School Annual Fairbrother Lecture, presented by Elizabeth Barnes (History) In October 2017 following sexual abuse allegations against the film producer Harvey Weinstein, the viral spread of the #MeToo hashtag…Read More >
Suffrage is arguably the most important single event in women’s history; despite popular conception it was not a fight for freedom, it was the campaign for equal citizenship waged by…Read More >
By Dr Andy Willimott, Lecturer in Modern Russian History, University of Reading International Women’s Day 2017 sees a plethora of excellent and worthwhile events, highlighting many issues still facing women…Read More >