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A Garden Party I would like to have attended… Cliveden 18th July 1928. #OTD from the Nancy Astor Archive
by Rachel Newton, UROP student This summer, I have a research internship working with Dr Jacqui Turner on a University Research Opportunity Programme (UROP) within the History Department and in collaboration with Special Collections here at the University of Reading. … Continue reading
by Melanie Khuddro This week marks the centenary of the Representation of the People Act receiving Royal Assent; the week when women were first legally recognised to have voting rights in the UK. Countless flags, banners and badges adorned in … Continue reading
On Wednesday 8th November 2017, students from across the University of Reading took part in the annual Undergraduate Research Showcase, to celebrate the work of those students who participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP). Beth Snyder, who studies … Continue reading
by Dr Jacqui Turner  On the day that Nancy Astor took her seat in parliament, rather than blog about an anniversary, and inspired by the recent visit of outspoken feminist MP Jess Phillips to the University of Reading, I … Continue reading