Monthly Archives: September 2014

I Should Of Known: Julian of Norwich and the Venerable History of Dodgy Auxiliary Verbs

Thrilling title, I know. And no, this post isn’t technically about feminism or medieval romance, so you’ll have to forgive me for a moment, because I’m going to bang on about bad grammar and dyslexia. I’m writing this because for … Continue reading

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John Wycliffe, Bible Translator, Dead for 600 Years, Still a Better Feminist Ally than Ally Fogg.

This morning, I read a lovely article in the¬†Guardian.¬†Hertford College, Oxford – which went mixed forty years ago – is celebrating by replacing its dusty old portraits of former male members with photographs of female alumnae. I really like this. … Continue reading

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