Talk
For: Adults
Min age: 12
Duration: 3hrs
Entry type: Paid advanced booking
The 'From Prison to Citizenship' banner on the Women's Coronation Procession, 17 June 1911.

Suffragette Procession: 1911

The 'From Prison to Citizenship' banner on the Women's Coronation Procession, 17 June 1911.

A discussion on the militant campaign

This panel event explores the legacy of the suffrage campaign through the eyes of writers today. The discussion will be followed by book signings by the authors and an exclusive presentation of the museum’s unrivalled Suffragette collection.

Beverley Cook, Curator of Social and Working History, will chair this talk with discussion and readings from:

- Elizabeth Crawford, author of Art and Suffrage: a biographical dictionary of suffrage artists
- June Purvis, author of Christabel Pankhurst: a Biography
- Di Atkinson, author of Rise Up, Women! The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes
- Caitlin Davies, author of Bad Girls: A History of Rebels and Renegades

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