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.

 

Directions:

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