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What Do Everyday Health Objects Sound Like? Combining Oral History, Sound Art, and National Dried Milk

by Kate Mahoney On the Body, Self and Family project, we aim to explore the expansive ways in which women […]

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‘Lonely Gems …’ Horoscopes in Sappho magazine c.1972-3

By Daisy Payling The first time I met my girlfriend’s friend Amy, she wanted to know the exact time I […]

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VAT, Period Poverty, and Menstrual Stigma

by Hannah Froom In 1973, the UK Government applied a VAT rate of 17.5% to menstrual products.[1] In 2001, the government […]

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Something Worth Staying In For …

…. OK, maybe we don’t have much choice about that at the moment. But if you have to stay indoors, […]

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Seminar Series Now Live!

We are excited to announce that you can now register for our seminar series on ‘Gender, Subjectivity, and “Everyday Health” […]

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