Witches, Midwives and Nurses

Witches, Midwives and Nurses The suppression of women, and of the “feminine” in healthcare first becomes obvious historically during the 15th Century, where “a widespread moral panic suggesting that malevolent Satanic witches were operating as an organized threat to Christendom” gave rise to the widespread interrogation, torture and murder of female healers, perceived and painted […]

Reflection on Digital Tools in the Humanities

Reflecting on how the use of digital tools has impacted on the humanities, and also how I will apply the use of specific digital tools to my own research, I realise how much Digital Humanities is at the forefront of change. DH, as an interdisciplinary mode of enquiry, has embraced the inevitable and juggernaut-like changes […]

A Response to http://www.treesisters.org/

http://www.treesisters.org/ This is an uplifting and positive reaction to current global environmental issues; creating an online and real-world movement to help empower women to respond to very real and prevalent shared concerns about the future of our planet. Tree sisters specifically focuses on deforestation and climate change, and translates the digital connection to a physical […]