Mary Mary, quite contrary: a statue for Wollstonecraft
Dr Myriam Wilks-Heeg gives her view on Maggi Hambling's controversial statue honouring feminist icon, Mary Wollstonecraft.
Sexual violence, gender and history
Reader in Indian and Colonial History, Deana Heath, explains why we need to disrupt gendered perceptions of sexual crime.
Protests against the Miss World contest, 1970
Why did a group of women protest against the Miss World contest? Explore our online resource for schools.
An inspirational and iconic figure
Dr Penny Ding celebrates Li Qingzhao (Li Ch’ing-chao 李清照) a famous poet, regarded as one of the greatest literary figures in Chinese history.
Video: Why Audre Lorde is still a powerful and vibrant voice today
Watch a video with Dr Gemma Bird, talking about what she has learned from writer, feminist and activist, Audre Lorde.
Hispanic studies student, Sophie, blogs about Chilean feminist collective, Las Tesis.
Remembering the working class Suffragettes
History student, Sophia, believes more should be done to remember the working class women who were subjected to horrific treatment whilst fighting for their rights.