The Girl Who Saw Everything de Alma De Groen
LIZ: Any explanation nowadays is comforting. I became an historian because I was in love with the idea of continuance... of something epic and ongoing that I was in service to. But it pretty soon dawned on me that the history of the majority of humanity simply didn't exist. And when you look at the history that DOES exist, you realise it's been defined by one sex. The Renaissance and the Reformation were anything but high points for women. We lost nine million in the witch burnings – for crimes like making penises disappear.