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As a physiotherapist working in the same place for many years, one of the rewards – which admittedly can, occasionally, be a double edged sword – is getting to know patients so well they are comfortable sharing some of their … Continue reading
My PhD topic is researching the surprisingly numerous women who climbed and walked in the Alps in the second half of the nineteenth century. Whenever I explain this to people hardly anyone comments on the extreme physical fitness needed, the … Continue reading
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Women climbers in the 19th century, bodies, medicine; its all here. Musings of a (very) mature PhD student and physiotherapist - an interesting mixture
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A Pox on the Patriarchy
Did I misplace my pince-nez again? Light reading on the 19th century.