Who we are

Power & Patriarchy 2022 is generously supported by the Women’s History Network. The conference is organised by:

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Amy Solomons, a collaborative PhD researcher at the University of Liverpool and the National Trust, funded by NWCDTP. Amy researches C18th female reading experiences in National Trust libraries. Her research focuses on instances of marginalia, ownership signatures and networks of female readers. As a trained archivist, Amy has a particular interest in working within interdisciplinary networks to increase access to and interpretation of collections.  You can contact her on Twitter or via email

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Power & Patriarchy is generously supported by: