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Magazine: men will be interested in women's history

Published fredag 30 januari 2015 kl 15.27
"It is very male dominated"
(10 min)
A famous woman in Swedish history, votes campaigner Ellen Key in 1915. Photo: SVT Bild.
A famous woman in Swedish history, votes campaigner Ellen Key in 1915. Photo: SVT Bild.

This spring or summer, a new magazine looking specifically at women in history will hit the stands, looking to reverse the way there's far more men than women in the history books.

Eva Bonde is the co-editor of Historiskan, a magazine all about women in history, and she hopes her audience will include men, too, not just women.

Previously Radio Sweden reported that only 13 per cent of people in the standard textbooks are women.

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