Monthly Archives: January 2011

Next Meeting, Monday 31st January @ 7pm

The next meeting for Sistershow Revisited will take place at the Watershed cinema (in the first bit of the cafe bar) at 7pm. There will be Sistershow fliers on the table to help you identify us. It is a chance … Continue reading

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The National Conference, Bristol 1973

National conferences were a central part of the Women’s Liberation Movement. It was the space where the sprawling, de-centralised UK-wide movement could meet and discuss campaigns, strategies and demands. There were ten national conferences throughout the 1970s, taking place in … Continue reading

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Reflections on volunteering…..

This piece was written by Jane who has made the amazing contribution to the Sistershow Revisited project by transcribing all the interviews collected so far, as well as some of the oral histories conducted in 2000/2001 by the Feminist Archive … Continue reading

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Half the Sky

In December 2010 the Bristol Evening Post published an article written by Helen Taylor about Half the Sky: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. The book, which was published by Virago in 1979, was the first book of its kind and … Continue reading

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