Women born at the start of the twentieth century compare the politics of women’s liberation of their youth in the 1930s with the 1960s and 1970s.
The Manchester Studies oral history collection was created by the Manchester Studies Unit at Manchester Polytechnic (now Manchester Metropolitan University) between 1974 and 1985. Funders
Sellafield and the politics of nuclear power.
This oral history project was funded by the Manpower Services Commission and sponsored by Bolton Metropolitan Borough. It ran from August 1981 to January 1983.
Last week I blogged about women’s experiences of becoming politically active in the 1930s. Staying with the Manchester Studies collection of oral history interviews, I
As well as digitising and cataloguing audio collections from across the North West our hub aims to increase access to and the use of sound