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The Women's History Carnival showcases recent blogging about women's and gender history.   (more info...)

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Our August guest is Debbie Taylor, whose life seems to provide enough material for a whole bookshop of novels. Welcome to the History Girls, Debbie! Debbie Taylor is Editorial Director of Mslexia... read more »
Illustration to Samuel Richardson’s Pamela (1745). Today – when I should have been looking for a house to rent for my new job – I read an article in the Guardian by Rhiannon Lucy... read more »
Portrait of three of the nieces of Cardinal Mazarin portrayed as goddesses, Venus, Juno and Diana, unknown artist. Photo: Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee du Petit-Palais, France. One of my favourite... read more »

The Feminist Fork

28 August 2014
By Renee Gross Like so many people, I have a complicated relationship with food. I’ve eaten out of anger, sadness, or excitement. At times, food connects me with people and places. I’ve even go... read more »
by Marguerite Kearns It’s amazing that references to the “suffrage movement” have surfaced in New York’s election campaign for governor?  Not by the incumbent Democratic ca... read more »
Continuing the story, from the previous post, of Sally Brant, a black indentured servant of Elizabeth Sandwith Drinker and her husband Henry, who had a child out of wedlock: March 4 [1795] . . . Abou... read more »
The History Girls: Hide & Seek, by Clare Mulley: This month The Folio Society republished one of the great memoirs of the Second World War; Xan Fielding’s Hide & Seek . Described by Ant... read more »
This month The Folio Society republished one of the great memoirs of the Second World War; Xan Fielding’s Hide & Seek. Described by Antony Beevor as, ‘one of the great modern books not just of... read more »
The ‘Morbid Anatomy Anthology’, is a collection of essays by scholars, artists and writers “working along the intersections of the history or anatomy and medicine, death and the maca... read more »
From the Maryland State Archives, written by Emily Huebner in 2013.  Director of this project was Owen Lourie.The Rain and the RetreatThe morning of August 28, 1776 dawned cold, gray, and rainy. read more »

Remembering Monnica

28 August 2014
Ary Scheffer (d. 1858), Augustine and Monnica – detail (source: Wikipedia) For most of us, late August carries with it a vestigial thought of summer’s end and the beginning of the academic... read more »
(L to R: Lesa France Kennedy, Callie Khouri, Sophia Bush) NWHM and its LA Regional Council hosted the 3rd annual Women Making History brunch on Saturday, August 23rd at the Skirball Cultural Center in... read more »

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WHC uses RSS feeds to find content: it aggregates blogs dedicated to (or primarily focused on) women's and/or gender history as well as those that cover other topics but have significant women's history categories; in addition, it uses keyword filters to include a number of blogs that regularly contain relevant material but do not have a specific category with a discoverable RSS feed.

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