Getting to Know Each Other

September 2011
Women's History Magazine (1476-6760);Autumn2011, Issue 67, p47
Academic Journal
An interview with Deborah Simonton, an Associate Professor of British History at the University of Southern Denmark and a member of the Women's History Network (WHN), is presented. When asked how she became interested in women's history, she credits her mother and several teachers including Retha Warnicke, Richard Barlow, and Ludmilla Jordanova. Her research interests include the relationship between gender, education, and the economy. She has been a WHN member since the organization began.


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