Women’s Suffrage – our history and our future BOOKING OPEN for Greenwich100 event on Saturday 9th June at the University of Greenwich

Author: clairegreenwich

I teach history at the University of Greenwich. My research covers all varieties of subjects broadly around gender, citizenship and political identity in relation to Britain. c. 1800 - 1950.

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  1. I was at Women’s Suffrage Centenary Procession yesterday and saw Greenwich 100 banner right at the end in Westminster. As I live in Royal Borough at Shooters Hill, I spoke to one of the four women representatives. She gave me a link to your talk at Severndroog Castle, which I am looking forward very much to attending. I am very interested in receiving any future further information so please add me to any emailing lists or links to other relevant sites. What a fantastic day it was, the atmosphere was great, but I went alone and would have loved to have been part of a group on the march. There were some amazing banners demonstrating women’s wit and creativity!

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