Snow Widows with Katherine MacInnes

Hosted by Gilbert White’s Field Studies Centre, Selborne

Date

Thursday 1 September 2022

Time

From 7pm until 8:30pm

Admission

£10 per person

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Based on Katherine MacInnes 2022 book Snow Widows which tells the story of the women the Terra Nova expedition left behind. MacInnes will join Gilbert White's in Selborne for a one of a kind talk focusing on her research on Caroline Oates. Captain Lawrence Oates’ was a bachelor who confided only in his mother.

Only Caroline really knew her son’s opinion of Captain Scott and the British Antarctic Expedition. Sue Limb Oates’s biographer and Bryan Oates, his nephew have both praised Snow Widows for its integrity, timely revelations and uncanny insight. This is the story of the South Pole told for the first time, not through the official expedition journals but through uncensored letters and notes to their women left behind.