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Title:
The Power of the Petticoat
When:
06.05.2017 10.30 h - 15.00 h
Category:
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The Power of the Petticoat

anne stottAnne Stott

The Power of the Petticoat: The history of women in politics 1700 – 1930

This course will headline women in the 18th Century – patronage, canvassing and other political roles, the beginnings of the suffrage movement, how the vote was won and the first woman cabinet minister.

Her books include “Hannah More: The First Victorian” and “Wilberforce: Family and Friends”.

She is married to Professor Philip Stott, an environmental scientist and regular BBC broadcaster

Hope Corner Community Centre
Mays Lane 185 Mays Lane, EN5 2DY

£17.50

from 10.30 am to 3.00 pm including coffee and lunch breaks.

For further information and to enrol, contact: margaret@ritman.co.uk or call Margaret 020 8368 0159 or Vivienne 020 8445 1709.