Activists & Agitators: Women of Oxford
A talk that challenges traditional histories of the city as a masculine space.
- 1 hr1 hour
- 300 British pounds£300
- Customer's Place
Learn about the long history of women in Oxford and the way they have shaped its social and intellectual landscape. Throughout its past, women have influenced the development of both the city and its educational spaces through their work, research, and resilience. This talk has been researched and designed by academic researchers at the University to provide a stimulating approach to underrepresented histories and their legacies. Content can be adapted to all ages and audiences.
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Uncomfortable Oxford Walking Tours, Little Clarendon Street, Oxford, United Kingdom