Stethoscopes and Petticoats: The Changing Roles of Non-conformist Women

Saturday March 15th – Saturday March 22nd 2014
Oxford, United Kingdom


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FREE Friday 21st March, 1 - 5pm
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FREE Saturday 22nd March, 1 - 5pm

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Stethoscopes and Petticoats will look at the amazing contribution that non-conformist women made to the changing social landscape of Britain and beyond, including in the fields of literature, ministry, medicine and social reform. 

We will be hosting an exhibition along with two talks examining the impact women have had both historically and in the current context.

Tickets are now available for our talk with Hilary Ingram, on the life of Dr Ellen Farrer, a pioneer female doctor who set sail for India in 1891.


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When

Starts: Saturday, March 15th 2014
Ends: Saturday, March 22nd 2014

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Bookings close: March 23rd 2014

Where

Regent's Park College
Oxford
OX1 2LB
United Kingdom
 

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This event is organized by The Angus Library and Archive.

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