Challenging Domesticity in Britain, 1890-1990 is an AHRC funded project hosted by the University of Manchester and The Pankhurst Centre, Manchester.

As part of our Challenging Domesticity project, we are hosting a series of video lectures from academics based on the theme ‘Activism and the Home’.

In this video, Lecture #1, Aleena Din discusses her research on British-Pakistani women in Middlesbrough.

Aleena is a DPhil Student at the University of Oxford. Her research topic is ‘Women in Britain’s Mirpuri-Pakistani Diaspora and their Relationship to Formal and Informal Labour, 1962-2002. ‘ You can find out more about Aleena’s work below:

https://www.history.ox.ac.uk/people/aleena-din

Watch out for more Video Lectures from academics, posted here, every Friday!

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