The Gender and British Politics group meets once an academic term. It is open to researchers including PhD students who are working on the area of Gender and British Politics and Public Policy, broadly defined. The seminars are designed to be informal but productive and to provide helpful and constructive criticism on work in progress. The group aims to further the sub-discipline of gender and British politics, ensuring that gender analysis is central to the study of British politics.
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Title: The Electoral Impact of Newly Enfranchised Groups: The Case of Women’s Suffrage in the United States
Speaker: Mona Morgan-Collins (University of Pennsylvania)
Date: 17 July 2017, 5–6.30pm
Location: Paul Hirst Seminar Room, 10 Gower St