Library and Information Services, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Mary Wollstonecraft blog by Roberta Wedge

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!"

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