Call for Submissions: Mary Wollstonecraft, feminist pioneer: Life, Work and Contemporary Importance

Call for Papers Mary Wollstonecraft, feminist pioneer: Life, Work and Contemporary Importance Journal of Gender Studies Special issue (Guest Editors: Kathleen Lennon and Rachel Alsop) Papers are welcome on any aspect of Wollstonecraft’s life, work and legacy from Gender Studies, Philosophy, Politics, History, Literature, Education or any other relevant discipline. To be submitted via ScholarOne http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjgs20/current  byContinue reading “Call for Submissions: Mary Wollstonecraft, feminist pioneer: Life, Work and Contemporary Importance”

Event: Mary Wollstonecraft Life, Work and Legacy Conference and Annual Public Lecture

You are most cordially invited to the Mary Wollstonecraft Life, Work and Legacy Conference and Annual Public Lecture on March 8, (International Women’s Day) at the Guildhall, Hull, HU1 2AA As part of the celebrations for Hull as UK City of Culture 2017 the University of Hull is hosting an interdisciplinary celebration of the life, workContinue reading “Event: Mary Wollstonecraft Life, Work and Legacy Conference and Annual Public Lecture”

Mary Hays: Wollstonecraft’s Disciple and Unsex’d Female

by Emma Butcher Mary Hays (1760-1843) secures her place in history as one of the radical disciples of Mary Wollstonecraft. Although acknowledged alongside the likes of Helen Maria Williams, Elizabeth Incbald and Charlotte Turner Smith as an important female revolutionary of the eighteenth century, she is often eclipsed by Wollstonecraft, with her famous family andContinue reading “Mary Hays: Wollstonecraft’s Disciple and Unsex’d Female”