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Dr Kate Law is a Nottingham Research Fellow in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Nottingham, UK and a Research Fellow in the Centre for Africa Studies at the University of Free State, South Africa. Her publications include Gendering the Settler State: White Women, Race, Liberalism and Empire in Rhodesia c.1950-1980 (2016) as well as journal articles in the Women's History Review, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, and the South African Historical Journal.
Dr Ana Stevenson is a Research Associate in the International Studies Group at the University of the Free State, South Africa, and a Lecturer in the Pathways Program on the Nguma-bada Campus of James Cook University, Australia. Her publications include The Woman as Slave in Nineteenth-Century American Social Movements (2019); Gender Violence in Australia: Historical Perspectives (2019), co-edited with Alana Piper; and journal articles in the Women's History Review, Pacific Historical Review, and Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies.
Clare Burgess is a Master’s Student in Early Modern History at the University of Oxford, with an interest in women’s history in the Iberian world. She has previously founded the Margins to Centre undergraduate conference for marginalised histories, and will be starting her Doctor of Philosophy in the autumn, completing a transatlantic study of sex workers in the late sixteenth century. Clare is also the Student Representative for the Women’s History Network, UK.
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