Pankhurst Centre and University of Manchester host workshop challenging 20th century domesticity
Challenging domesticity in 1890-1990s Britain will be on the table at a new workshop ‘Activism and the home’ hosted by The University of Manchester and The Pankhurst Centre on 3 April 2020.
Historians and heritage practitioners will be squaring up to the ideas of domesticity, activism and working-class women in 20th century Britain at the event, including the National Trust’s Helen Antrobus and art curator Sophie Dutton.
The event will take place at the historic Pankhurst Centre in Manchester from 10am to 4pm and is free to attend for ECRs and PGRs.
The AHRC-funded project, organised by Dr Charlotte Wildman and Dr Eloise Moss, is open for attendees to reserve their place. Travel bursaries are available. Email Saima.firstname.lastname@example.org to register your place.