The Sydney Feminist History Group brings together historians, researchers and friends of feminist history, broadly defined. Their new seminar history seminar schedule has just been released and includes a diverse range of scholars and topics.
The Sydney Mechanics School of Arts are introducing a second new lecture series in 2019, Women and Science. The series will present occasional lectures with guest lecturers examining the huge changes in the roles women play in science, and the view science has of women.
The first lecture will be “Speaking of Music and Democracy” presented by Dr Wesley J. Watkins, IV, the Founder of The Jazz & Democracy Project, an innovative integrated music curriculum that utilizes jazz as a metaphor to cultivate a profound understanding of American democratic ideals.
Join WEA Sydney as they host Jo Henwood to discuss “People of Australia: Women’s History” tracing the history and development of women in Australia from the First Fleet to our first female prime minister.
This History Week, Melissa Holmes explores the process and progress of life and death for women in the early days of the colony of New South Wales.
Yvonne Fletcher is at Toronto Library this History Week to share the story of Maud Butler: a girl, disguised as a soldier, who served in World War One.