Leicester and Married Women Working:

John Goodwin and Henrietta O’Connor As we have suggested (Goodwin and O’Connor 2013b) our first encounter with Pearl Jephcott was not a direct one. We were not aware of her books, beyond the occasional citation, and we were certainly unaware of the sheer breadth and depth of Jephcott’s contribution to British social science. We becameContinue reading “Leicester and Married Women Working:”