Women and Labour Activism in a Transnational Context is a two-day conference which aims to discuss the effect of transnational approaches and the current polemical issues of the field. The conference will promote findings in new research on women’s engagement from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century, from individual to collective movements, in specific revolutionary moments and over several generations, in local and international associations, in particular where Labour activism intersects with other political, religious and cultural aspects of women’s activism.

This conference has been kindly supported and funded by the Labour and Society Research Group, Newcastle, the Society for the Study of Labour History (SSLH), and the Royal Historical Society


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