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HISU9G5 Course Blog
Welcome to the course blog for module HISU9G5 To get you thinking about your own blog report I have added a blog here from the National Archives which I hope is of interest to you. Feel free to add any comments that you wish to make on this blog du (More)
C. G Pooley 'Front Londonderry to London: Identity and sense of place for a protestant Northern Irish women in the 1930s'
This particular article was written by historian Colin Pooley who establishes the experience of a young 18-year old young woman (which he commonly refers to as 'R) who migrated from Northern Ireland to London in 1937 to take the work as a typist. The (More)
"Strangers on the inside: Irish women servants in England, 1881" Bronwen Walter, 2009
Strangers on the inside: Irish women servants in England, 1881, Bronwen Walter, discusses the importance of Irish domestic servant’s within English homes during the 19th century, and tries to identify why, although their importance, where largely exc (More)
Ann Summers, 'Gender, Religion and an Immigrant Minority: Jewish women and the suffrage movement in Britain c.1900–1920'
“Gender, Religion and an Immigrant Minority: Jewish women and the suffrage movement in Britain c.1900–1920,” is an article written by Ann Summers. It is a case study which focuses on the relationship between Jewish and Christian campaigners in their (More)
W. Ugolini ‘The internal enemy other’: recovering the World War Two narratives of Italian Scottish Women’ (2004)
This paper by Wendy Ugolini aims to provide how significant the impact of the Second World War was on the construction of personal identity amongst Scottish Italian women. With reference to the anti-Italian movement, Ugolini shows its personal import (More)
"Women's Experience of Internment" by Miriam Kochan
“Women’s Experience of Internment” by Miriam Kochan is a very detailed account of how interment looked for many women at the beginning of the Second World War. Overall, the chapter provides a timeline of events and key turning points in legislation w (More)
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