Militant Feminism 1900-1918 From Tea Room Chatter to Arson and Bomb Plots

Ian Green

East Midlands
Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)
Paid: 50 (plus travelling expenses over 40 miles)
4th June 2021
20Th Century | British History | Feminism

How did women win the vote?
The Pankhursts and Suffragette movement have long been celebrated for this achievement. Is this reputation justified and what contribution was made by working class women, such as Ada Chew and the Radical Suffragists, in the campaign for women's suffrage?

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About Ian Green

I have an academic background in politics and history and a past career in educational management. I am interested in local history, particularly of the Amber Valley in Derbyshire.
My talks link local history to national issues giving relevance to a wider audience. Each talk tackles a controversial topic with new perspectives and challenging ideas and views.
Talks are fully illustrated PowerPoint presentations using my own equipment of 50-90 minutes in length. Talks are offered in the East Midlands and West Midlands.

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