Rosemary Caldicott was previously a lecturer in Heritage Tourism Management and is now an author of books about women in history as well as being a broadcaster and public speaker. Rosemary has published two works with Bristol Radical History Group, The Life and Death of Hannah Wiltshire: A Case Study of Bedminster Union Workhouse and Victorian Social Attitudes on Epilepsy (2016) and Lady Blackshirts: The Perils of Perception – suffragettes who became fascists (2017). Soon to be published will be her third ‘Nautical Women. Women sailors and the Women of Sailortowns: A Forgotten Diaspora. c.1693 – 1902.
- Studio 2: Bristol Radical History Group highlights
- Life and death in two Bristol Victorian workhouses
- Life and Death in two Victorian Workhouses
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