Teaching Women’s History in Schools: Time to Take Action

More young people are studying GCSE history than ever before. As the guardians of our past, history teachers have a tremendous responsibility to ensure that these young people have access to a wide range of historical narratives. Women’s history, in particular, needs to be brought to the forefront. Recent statistics show that history is the most…

What’s-her-name: The Most Dangerous Woman of the 1890s

by Tine Hreno This was originally posted here "Editha Jackson" THE coming and going of Ann O'Delia Diss Debar are mysteries for there is no record of her birth and no trace of her death, but the "in between time" furnished Inaterial enough for an entire book rather than a single chapter, and gave her…