Women, Work and Value in Europe, 1945-2015

What is women’s work worth?

We are interested in the ways that the work of women, both paid and unpaid, has been measured and valued. This research network, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, brings together academics, members of the public, interest groups and policy makers to discuss the relevance of past experiences of work for the challenges facing today's society.

Find out more about the network

Central to the project is a series of workshops in Bristol, Florence, Budapest, and Glasgow.

This project has now ended and these pages are no longer actively updated.