Woman In Time — my contribution to British Science Week!

If you’re in, or around, or indeed willing to travel to Bradford on the 18th March, come to Waterstones Bradford in the beautiful Wool Exchange to hear Alison Cullingford and me tell the story of three women: British archaeologist, poet and CND founder Jacquetta Hawkes, Palestinian archaeologist Yusra, and the neanderthal woman known as Tabun 1.

The event is completely free**, but you do need to book tickets so that we can let Waterstones know the numbers.

More about the event, and tickets, see: http://woman-in-time.eventbrite.com

With huge thanks to the British Science Association, who granted TrowelBlazers a £500 Community Grant to develop and put on this event.



**John Ruskin said that the Bradford Wool Exchange “…represented the worst form of exploitative capitalism.” Hopefully he’d approve of our non-profit use of the space 150 years later… 😉