The history of women’s work in Venice

As this is the week of the fight against discrimination, I would like to share with you two pages of notes I collected yesterday on my notebook during a lecture at THE EHESS: École des hautes études en sciences sociales In Paris, on the history of women’s work in Venice given by Professor Paola Lanaro of the University of Cà Foscari, Venice. In particular, I point out that dwelling on images by drawing in a simple and spontaneous way while listening to a speaker at the same time can help us discover meanings we might not have noticed otherwise.
I also invite us to experiment with various calligraphies in note-taking by giving more or less emphasis to words that we find more or less important.