A collaboration with the Leverhulme Project on Women and the History of International Thought
This exhibition explores the ideas, genres, and contexts of women’s international thinking in Britain and the United States in the first half of the twentieth century. A period of colonial and anti-colonial struggles, superpower rivalry, racial, class, and gendered conflicts, the legacies of these times – and these women’s ideas – are still with us today. Curated by the Leverhulme Project on Women and the History of International Thought, the following exhibition explores women international thinkers and their work at a fundamental moment in the imagining of international relations.
How to Attend
Entry is free of charge and no booking is required. The Library Gallery is open from 9am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 11am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday. Get in contact by email for any further information or assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org.More Information
Organized By: LSE