Undercurrents: The History of Women at Chatham House

Recorded to mark International Women’s Day, a special episode examines the role of women in the early days of Chatham House.

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33 minute listen

Katharina Rietzler

Senior Lecturer in American History, University of Sussex

Katharina Rietzler is a historian at the University of Sussex, and co-leads a Leverhulme-funded project titled ‘Women and the History of International Thought.’

Ben met up with Katharina to find out more about how women experienced work at the institute from its founding to the end of the Second World War.

Find out more about the project

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Chatham House Centenary:
Throughout our centenary year in 2020, Chatham House marks a century of influence, independent analysis and trusted dialogue with a number of exciting initiatives. Throughout the year, we explore key political moments from the institute’s history and reflect on how Chatham House and other think-tanks should approach the future.