Women in Military History
14 October 2017, 1-5 pm
National Army Museum, London
Join us for an afternoon sharing the research and experiences of women specialising in military history topics.
Free admission, but pre-booking requested: https://www.nam.ac.uk/whats-on/5x15-talks-women-military-history
Female academics are under-represented across the board, but particularly in military history topics. During our event, you’ll hear women speak about their research and experiences, with the chance to ask questions and network throughout.
Military wives in the Indian Army in the 19th century
Disease, war and public opinion
Domestic duties only? Women and the Navy in the First World War
James Murray in Canada: The army and the 18th-century British Empire
Seeing war through children’s eyes: A history of child soldiers
Writing women into the history of the German Revolution, November 1918
Interpreting conflict in museums
We will rise with voices singing: The challenges of being a female military historian
From military engineer to academic researcher
So you do nurses?: Gendered assumptions in medical-military history