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Nasty forward minxes
A special issue of The Hand and Gender Agenda, to accompany the History of Women at Cambridge exhibition, Lent Term 1998.
|Other titles||History of women at Cambridge.|
|Statement||editorial team, Rachael Arthur ... [et al.].|
|Series||Gender Agenda, The Hand|
|Contributions||Arthur, Rachael., Cambridge University Students" Union. Women"s Campaign.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Dr Gill Sutherland, Newnham Historian, will discuss the history of women’s education and rights at a talk titled ‘Nasty Forward Minxes’ in the Lucia Windsor Room from pmpm on Wednesday, March 2.
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