The Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies (CWGS) at the University of British Columbia (UBC) offer a lecture series on Wednesday afternoons for the fall and winter semesters. This series brings together scholars that focus on issues related to women and the study of gender/sexuality. The series includes post doctoral and visiting scholars, faculty both from CWGS and additional departments who are engaging in research that is relevant to the mission of the centre. In collaboration with CWGS and the Women’s and Gender Studies Librarian, the lecture series is being recorded and offered to the public as podcasts. For more information about the lecture series, go to the Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies.

Some cIRcle statistical information highlights:

CWGS Lecture Series: Podcasts and Notes

– 173 total views since July 2010 to date

The Legacy of the Maoist Gender Project in Contemporary China: A Feminist Research on Women’s Oral Life Narratives

– 115 views since September 2010 to date

– Top country views include Korea, Australia, Russian Federation, Burkina Faso, Germany, United Kingdom, Israel and more

More CWGS lecture podcasts and video recordings are coming soon. Stay tuned via cIRcle at: https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/26856.

Above excerpt in italics and image is courtesy of: Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies website.

London Low Life is a full-text searchable resource, containing colour digital images of rare books, ephemera, maps and other materials relating to 18th, 19th and early 20th century London.” –London Low Life website

Topics include underworld, slang, working-class culture, street literature, popular music, urban topography, ‘slumming’, prostitution, the Contagious Diseases Act, the Temperance Movement, social reform, Toynbee Hall, police and criminality. Many primary sources housed in the Lilly Library, Indiana University

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