Monthly Archives: January 2014

First Women’s Studies’ student entry

Just added is a new entry from one of the first students to have taken Women’s Studies at Ruskin in 1993, Marie Thompson.  Many notable women have been ‘graduates’ of Ruskin: not least Annie Kenney, leading member of the WSPU, who was a correspondence course student.  Women were not admitted as residential students until after […]

Article on newruskinarchives on History@Work

The History@Work website – a multi-authored blog sponsored by the American based National Council on Public History as a digital meeting place for all those interested in the practice and study of public history – has just included an article by Hilda Kean on newruskinarchives. The NCPH was especially helpful in spreading the word about […]