Sex, politics and selfhood: girls’ life-writing and historical change
Kathryn Gleadle discusses how Victorian girls perceived sexuality, intimacy and attraction, through diaries that have lain neglected in archives. Kathryn is Professor of Gender and Women's History, University of Oxford.
All events are free of charge, open to all, and in the Leonard Wolfson Auditorium unless otherwise stated.
The Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, OCLW
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Audience: Open to all