Wollstonecraft Live by Anna Birch
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland research lecturer Anna Birch's , Wollstonecraft Live, first took place in 2005 and 2006. It was revisited in 2011.
'Whittaker', being a mere muso, managed to miss all this. (Somehow it slipped under the radar, which is regrettable, but hopefully forgiveable.)
Today, we stumbled across a Mary Wollstonecraft blog by Roberta Wedge, which we share with you here.
"Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797), best known for A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, was thus a foremother of feminism. She was also a war reporter, a pedagogue, a spiritual quester, a radical republican, a single mother, a passionate & taboo-breaking lover. Her story is ripe for the telling. This blog gathers anecdotes, freelance research, resources, and news of current projects: your one-stop Mary Wollstonecraft shop!"
- Blog homepage:- http://avindicationoftherightsofmary.blogspot.co.uk/
- Blogpost last year about Anna's event:- http://avindicationoftherightsofmary.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/review-of-stokey-lit-fest.html
- Total Theatre Explores - blogpost about Wollstonecraft Live
- Wollstonecraft Live (including streamed material)
- The Wollstonecraft Live Experience - Anna's book with DVD (copies available from her website or from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland box office)