Bluestocking Recommends… Podcasts by Women

by Julyan Oldham. I love podcasts: the ease of listening to someone’s voice, the stories they tell, the people they connect.  Though men currently host around 70% of the most popular podcasts, contributions by women are just as varied, informative, and entertaining. There are so many wonderful podcasts out there that this list barely scratches the… Continue reading Bluestocking Recommends… Podcasts by Women

16th century, Humanities

Early Modern Europe: the forgotten world of the woman

By Raffaella Tomassi.History can be accused of focusing too much on the male experience and too little on the female experience, due to biases on behalf of the authors as well as shortcomings in source material due to discrimination at the time and a lack of female literacy. In this way, the history of women… Continue reading Early Modern Europe: the forgotten world of the woman