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  Women Historians Thursday 20 November 2003  
It is an established wisdom in the world of fiction publishing that men and women write differently.

Evelyn Waugh certainly believed that women wrote fiction differently than men. In the December issue of BBC History magazine, Mary Kenny asks 'does the same sexual division apply among historians?'
Mike Paris, reader in modern history at University of Central Lancashire and Sarah Barber, historian at the Lancaster University, join Jenni to discuss whether female historians write history differently to men.

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