West of England and South Wales Women’s History Network 

1939-64: A new era for women?


A postgraduate study day at the University of Glamorgan

Saturday November 26 2005 

Free and open to all.


Current research will be presented by:

Christine Chapman

Rachel Lock-Lewis

Lowri Newman


To be followed by questions and round-table discussion.


Time: 10am(Coffee and registration)-approx.2pm.       

Venue: Rhondda Building: G303 Block     

Campus Parking.

Bring your own lunch, or eat  in nearby pub.



By train from Cardiff Central station, alighting at Treforest (not Treforest Estate or Pontypridd). Trains run regularly, and the journey takes about twenty minutes. The campus is a short walk from the station.

By road: leave the M4 at junction 32, taking the A470 towards Merthyr Tydfil, then the A473 (signposted Llantrisant and University of Glamorgan). Follow the road left to the University.


Further information: Ursula Masson or Fiona Reid, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd CF37 1DL

umasson@glam.ac.uk                        freid1@glam.ac.uk