June Hannam is Professor of Modern British History (Emerita) at UWE. Her research and publications have focused on feminist and socialist politics in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Publications include Isabella Ford, 1855-1924 (1989); with Karen Hunt, Socialist Women: 1880s-1920s (2002); Feminism (2012); Bristol Independent Labour Party: Men, Women and the Opposition to War (BRHG 2014). She also contributed to Madge Dresser ed. Women and the City: Bristol 1373-2000 (2016). June is co-chair of the West of England and South Wales Women’s History Network. She is currently working on a BRHG pamphlet on Mabel Tothill and is carrying out research on women and politics in Bristol after women’s partial enfranchisement, 1918.
- Studio 1: Women against World War One
- Women and Conscientious Objection to Military Service
- Women Resisting the Great War
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