Events

Here you will find a list of our events and activities over the course of the project and beyond

Upcoming Events

DateEventLocation
Friday 14 February 2020, 10-12pm and 2-4pm Electrifying Women in the IET archives (aimed at researchers, especially postgraduate) – book morning session here and afternoon session here LSE Women’s Library, London
Wednesday 26 February 2020, 1-5pm Electrifying Women Training Session #2: Blogging, Presenting and Research (Leeds), book tickets here Devonshire Hall, Leeds
Wednesday 26 February 2020, 6-7.30pmElectrifying Women Creative Writing Anthology Launch and Drinks Reception, book tickets hereSeoul Kitchen, Blackwell’s Bookshop, University of Leeds

Past Events

DateEventLocation
Saturday 22nd June 2019 – 2pmElectrifying Women: Celebrating a Century of Female Engineers. Free public lecture by Graeme Gooday Sanderson Room, Leeds Central Library, Leeds, LS1 3AB
Sunday 15th September 2019, 2-4pmHeritage Open Day: Creative Writing Workshop with Hannah Stone – More details here Armley Mills, Leeds
Tuesday 17th September 2019, 4-6pmHeritage Open Day: Archives Workshop – More details here Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Leeds
Saturday 21st September 2019 Heritage Open Day: Wikithon on women in engineering  LSE Women’s Library, London
Saturday 5th October 2019Creative writing workshop with Hannah Stone LSE Women’s Library, London
Friday 1 November 2019, 2pmElectrifying Women: Understanding the long history of women in engineering. Free public lecture by Graeme Gooday and Elizabeth Bruton. More details here T.S Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College, University of Oxford
Thursday 21 November – Saturday 23 November 2019, 7.30pmSHE: a theatre production from University of Leeds students celebrating the history of women in engineeringStage@Leeds, University of Leeds
Wednesday 8 January 2020, 11-2pmElectrifying Women Training Session: Blogging, Presenting and Research (London)Dana Centre, Science Museum
Saturday 18 January 2020, 1-5pmElectrifying Women Wikithon – Edward Boyle LibraryUniversity of Leeds

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