Nadine Akkerman: Invisible Agents – Women and Espionage in 17th Century Britain
Wed 10 Oct
14:00 - 15.00
£8, £7.20 concessions
Photograph © Rob Blackham
The role of women spies in 17th century Britain has largely been relegated to the footnotes of history, their gender rendering them above suspicion, enabling them to become all but invisible.
Focussing on the key period covering the Civil War and the Restoration historian Akkerman reveals women not only played a key role in espionage, gathering intelligence crucial to domestic and national security, they proved extremely successful at it.
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