Take a journey back in time to find the diverse narratives often hidden beneath the cobblestones.
Discover the stories of those who are often left out of the city landscape: Women, people of colour, and LQBTQIA individuals.
This guided journey around Oxford will go back in time to highlight the many ways women have historically experienced the urban space and family life, uncover how masculinities have shaped and been shaped by the university, and discuss queer experiences in the city.
Together we will analyse the urban landscape and material culture, discuss gendered geographies, and push back on social expectations.
This tour lasts for about 1.5hrs.
We will walk no more than two miles, but please be aware that cobble stones and uneven pavement may restrict the accessibility of this event.
Wheelchair accessible. Stroller accessible. Service animals allowed. Near public transportation. Transportation is wheelchair accessible. Most travelers can participate. This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers. Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6GG, UK