Talk: Sex, Sin and Sympathy 31 May, Cambridge Folk Museum

The Open University’s Susan Woodall joins Dr Philip Howell to explore how Cambridge, one of the world’s most respected universities was a hotbed of filth, vice and sin in Victorian times.




















Sex, Sin and Sympathy is part of the Cambridge Folk Museum’s two-month series of events celebrating women and work in Cambridge:

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