Rewriting Women into Maritime History

Project Updates

Project Updates


London International Shipping Week

The end of the first phase of the Rewriting Women into Maritime project was marked with an exhibition at London International Shipping Week (11th-15th September). The exhibition was kindly hosted at the International Maritime Organization, with an evening reception event on the opening night, 11 September 2023.  The event was attended by approximately 400 maritime and heritage professionals. Visit the exhibition photo gallery. 


Opening Night of SHE_SEES © Nikoletta Monyok

Historic England 

In March 2023, Lloyd's Register Foundation approved a grant with Historic England to hold a pop up exhibition on Women in Shipbuilding in north east England. Historic England are working with the Women in Engineering Society, Imperial War Museum and Newcastle University to create a pop-up exhibition all about the community and place.

More information coming soon

Speaking engagements and article features

Sarah Mott, Interpretation Coordinator, spoke at the Maritime UK, Women in Maritime Network event on 18 May 2023, to introduce Maritime UK members to the initiative. 


Louise Sanger, Head of Research, Interpretation & Engagement was interviewed for a feature in the IMarEST magazine. Read the 'Adjusting the Lens' article.

Emilie Sandy, Photographer and Creative Project Manager was featured in the Maritime SheEO magazine. Read the 'SHE_SEES' article.

Sarah Mott, Interpretation Coordinator, spoke at the UK Maritime Heritage Forum 2023. Read our insights from the forum. 


A 3-part series on SHE_SEES and Rewriting Women into Maritime History on the Mariner's Mirror Podcast. 

Minister of State at the Department for Business and Trade, Nusrat Ghani referenced SHE_SEES whilst speaking at the House of Commons on the 14th September 2023. Watch the clip.


Opening Night of SHE_SEES © Nikoletta Monyok

Read Lloyd's Register Foundation's summary of our London International Shipping Week activities