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Imagining History: Wales in fiction and fact

12th November - 13th November 2021

Call for papers! Submissions are invited for the Imagining History Conference, 12-13 November, at Pontypridd Museum and University of South Wales, OR virtually, depending on the pandemic. Event supported by WAW. Full details below.

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Conference 2021 - Call for Papers

21st February 2021

The Women's Archive Wales 24th Annual Conference will be held from Saturday 2nd October to Sunday 3rd October 2021 at Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, and/or virtually, depending on the pandemic.

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Women’s Heritage Walks

28th April 2021

Women’s Archive Wales launched a series of Women’s Heritage Walks booklets on 28th April, drawing attention to over 100 interesting and notable women or groups of women in 11 different towns around Wales. These booklets are now on the website and can be downloaded via a link on our homepage.

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Zoom Lecture

3rd February 2021

Join us for our next Zoom lecture in this very popular series of talks when Dr Siân Rhiannon Williams will be delivering a lecture on ‘Pioneering for Wales: Ellen Evans (1891-1953), her life and work’ on Wednesday 3 February at 4.00.pm.

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Avril Rolph Busary 2021

21st February 2021

Avril Rolph (1945-2018) was a feminist historian and one of the founder members of Archif Menywod Cymru / Women’s Archive Wales. She served as its Secretary, Chair and was an Honorary Vice-President when she died in 2018. The Archive wishes to honour her memory with this Bursary.

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Letter to the Welsh Government regarding NLW

1st February 2021

Women’s Archive Wales is concerned about the current situation facing the National Library of Wales. This is vitally important for the whole of Wales. See our letter sent to the Welsh Government via the link below.

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