Whose Story? Round Table for International Women's Day 2018
Science and Technology • 36m
To mark International Women's Day, we gathered a panel of historians together for a live debate about the representation of women in history. Sarah Churchwell, Fern Ridell, Amara Thornton, Hallie Rubenhold, and Janina Ramirez discuss how women's lives been documented, and the work required to ensure their experiences are more visible and better understood.
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