Events and Media

Here are some examples of Ann Oakley discussing her work

Interviews and discussions

Woman's Hour interview about the Barbara Wootton biography. A talk about Barabra Wootton's work on crime Women, social science and criminal justice:one woman's (forgotten) journey. Ann Oakley's talk at Beyond the first 100 years: the past and future of women in society, Nuffield College, Oxford, 25 March 2011. Transcript and Slides.

Woman's Hour interview about Ann Oakley's book Fracture.

A discussion with Tessa Blackstone and Margaretta Jolly about the Barbara Wootton biography The Wootton Effect, British Library, 16 November 2011.

Chrystal Macmillan Memorial Lecture, the University of Edinburgh: The invention of gender: social facts and imagined worlds.

Talking about her work on childbirth.

An interview for the pioneers of social science website. Contribution to an oral history of the women's liberation movement, Sisterhood and After, at the British Library.

Sisterhood and after: an oral history of the women's liberation movement.

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