Rosa Manus Lecture on international women’s and gender history

Event details
When Dec 14, 2016
from 07:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Jewish Museum
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Contact Name
Event organiser Atria
More information https://www.atria.nl/en/calendar/rosa-manus-lecture
Attendees Professor Francisca de Haan
Professor Mineke Bosch
Target groups Anyone interested in women's and gender history
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On Wednesday 14 December, the next Rosa Manus lecture will take place in Amsterdam. The topic of the lecture is "Rosa Manus: Restoring to History a ‘Dutch Woman Leader’ who Fell Victim to the Nazis"

You are welcome from 7.00 p.m. onwards. Both the lecture and the comment will be held in English. The programme will be concluded with a festive drinks reception.

Rosa Manus Lecture
The Rosa Manus lecture is a tribute to a woman who is of historical importance for the development of women’s position as fully-fledged political citizens. Rosa Manus (1881–1942) played a crucial role in the women’s suffrage movement and the peace movement at both a national and international level.

Through this annual lecture, Atria wishes to provide a critical, internationally oriented focus on academic developments that are relevant to women’s and gender history. It is therefore also perpetuating the memory of Rosa Manus and the historical significance of her work.

Francisca de Haan is Professor of Gender Studies and History at the Central European University in Budapest. She has published for many years on the international women’s movement. Recently she and Myriam Everard jointly compiled a book on Rosa Manus: Rosa Manus (1881-1942): The International Life and Legacy of a Jewish Dutch Feminist (Brill, 2017). Further information about this book and its launch is included on Atria’s
website.

Mineke Bosch is Professor of Modern History at the University of Groningen. Her publications include a biography of Aletta Jacobs: Een onwrikbaar geloof in rechtvaardigheid: Aletta Jacobs 1854-1929, (2005).

RSVP
The Rosa Manus lecture is free of charge.
Please RSVP before 5 December on Atria’s website where you will also find all the
latest information about the lecture and the programme.

Atria looks forward to welcoming you on 14 December.

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