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New Perspectives on Lone mothers: An academic symposium

Showcasing new research into a range
of issues around lone motherhood.

Showcasing new research into a range
of issues around lone motherhood,
including illegitimacy, extra-marital
affairs, child maintenance and
welfare, this symposium will offer
new perspectives on historical and
contemporary concerns.


Professor Pat Thane | talks | www
Hillary Land | talks
Dr Tanya Evans | talks
Janet Flink | talks
Maria Luddy | talks
Peter Harris | talks
Thomas Nutt | talks
Vanessa May | talks
Ginger Frost | talks


Date and Time:

23 November 2007 at 10:00 am


Full Day



The Women's Library
London Metropolitan University
Old Castle Street
E1 7NT
020 7320 2222

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£30 / £18 Concession including refreshments and lunch.

Available from:

The Women's Library
London Metropolitan University
25 Old Castle Street
London E1 7NT

Or by telephone: 020 7320 2222

Additional Information:

Pat Thane, Leverhulme Professor
of Contemporary British History,
Institute of Historical Research, and
Hilary Land, Centre for Family Policy
and Child Welfare, School for Policy
Studies, University of Bristol, will
present keynote papers. Other speakers
will include Dr Tanya Evans, Institute
of Historical Research and curator
of Sinners, scroungers, saints; Janet
Fink, Open University; Maria Luddy,
University of Warwick; Peter Harris,
University of Oxford; Thomas Nutt,
University of Cambridge;Vanessa May,
University of Manchester and
Ginger Frost, Samford University.

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