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February 2014 – Guest Blogger Lynn Abrams

In the second Guest Blog post from Women’s History Scotland steering committee members, we welcome Lynn Abrams who talks about forthcoming events for those interested in women’s history and recent successes of Women’s History Scotland members. In the last few weeks I have been regretting agreeing to present quite so many papers on various aspects …

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Conference 2012 – Guest Blogger, Morag Campbell 2

WHS Conference 2012 Morag Campbell, Open University and University of Dundee. Blog 2 This year’s annual Women’s History Scotland conference on Women and Wellbeing: Historical Perspectives, brought together a splendid variety of participants and a correspondingly interesting selection of papers.  The subjects of the papers ranged from ‘baby farmers’ to missionaries, and from as far afield as …

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Conference 2012 – Guest Blogger Morag Campbell

WHS Conference 2012 Morag Campbell, Open University and University of Dundee. Distance learning fits in well with full time work and family commitments, but it can be a lonely business.  Modern technology enables us to communicate with tutors and other students through online forums, webinars and online tutorials, but nothing beats face to face contact …

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New blog!

Would you like to blog for Women’s History Scotland? Anyone who is attending the Annual Conference this year is invited to write a short piece about their experience. A selection of these will be published on the website as part of a blog, and will become a collective piece about the 2012 Annual Conference. Guest …

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