Listen to this Tunya Investigates podcast series from David Livingstone Birthplace to learn more about gender inequality in the industrial revolution.
Suitable for: KS2, KS3
Subjects: Citizenship, History, PSHE
Learn about gender inequality in the industrial revolution.
In this episode, Tunya speaks to Kate Simpson about the women in David Livingstone’s life including his wife Mary and his cook Halima.
They talk about some of the difficulties of researching women’s history and what Kate is looking forward to about the new museum exhibition.
Topics: Georgians, Victorians, Industrial Revolution, Gender Inequality
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