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Junior Amber Barnes reviews a chapter of Fashion as Photograph, a book that delves into the history and visuals of the fashion world.read more
Junior Girl Tia Shah continues her Trailblazers column and delves into the story of Commander Apranik, a fierce military leader from the 7th century.read more
Meet one of our newest team members, Junior Girl Niamh Hanrahan, and find out some of her interests and what brought her to Girl Museum!read more
This year alone I’ve lived the lives of four different girls (as well as being myself for some of the year), all with a different story to tell. At the beginning of the year, I played a young Jewish girl called Elsa, hiding away from the Nazis with the help of a young...read more
Slender Man came into being in 2009 on the Something Awful internet forum. He was portrayed as a paranormal character who abducted children. The photo-shopped photos quickly went viral and inspired fan fiction, cosplay and artwork from around the world. It led to a...read more
In her latest No Time For Fear column, Associate Editor Sage Daugherty talks about her experience with voting and the importance of making your voice heard.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty reviews The Underground Girls of Kabul, a book by investigative journalist Jenny Nordberg about girls’ lives in Afghanistan.read more
Appropriately for Halloween, Associate Editor Sage Daugherty reviews the first episode of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Read at your own risk.read more
Last week, I attended the 1st Asian and European Conference of Women’s Museums on Feminist Pedagogy: Museums, Memory Sites and Practices of Remembrance in Istanbul, Turkey. This was the second conference I have attended in Istanbul, the first in 2016 about women’s...read more
Junior Girl Emily Clarke reviews Poster Girls, an exhibition at the London Transport Museum. The exhibition is open until January 2019.read more