The Research Centre for Women’s History, Eötvös Loránd University, the Department of European and Comparative Literature and Language Studies of the University of Vienna and the Institute of History of the Slovakian Academy of Sciences organised a two-day international workshop between 21–23 May 2018 on the cultural history of female communication in the Habsburg Monarchy. The participants of the workshop discussed the social and cultural history of female learning, education, and communication. Our project leader, Lilla Krász participated in the event and gave a presentation about the anthropology of the personal description of ‘escaped women’ in the Kingdom of Hungary in the eighteenth century.

See the programme of the conference here.