Women and the formation of transatlantic Quakerism

Dr Naomi Pullin, University of Warwick naomi.pullin@warwick.ac.uk     In Female Friends and the Making of Transatlantic Quakerism, 1650-1750 I provide the first in-depth exploration of British and colonial Quaker women over the movement’s first century. The central question informing my research is how Quakerism’s transition from a radical sect to a settled church altered … Continued

City Women in the 18th Century Exhibition

Dr Amy Erickson, University of Cambridge citywomen@hist.cam.ac.uk ‘City Women in the 18th century’ is a free outdoor exhibition in Cheapside, London, which runs until 18 October 2019. Using an extensive collection of trade or business cards, it shows that many women were among those manufacturing and selling luxury goods in the capital. The exhibition grows … Continued