They Fought for it, They Starved for it: THE VOTE

Using visual sources Dawn Dyer charts the struggle for Women’s Suffrage in Bristol and the South West

Votes for Ladies: The Suffragette Movement 1903-1914

An examination of the established narrative of the struggle for the enfranchisement of women. Anny Cullum critiques the composition and outlook of this iconic movement from a class perspective.

Anny Cullum is daughter of Dave and a ledgend in her own life time.

Dawn Dyer is a librarian at Bristol Central Reference Library Dawn has provided invaluable support to BRHG members’ research efforts and hosted several ‘Openning The Archive’ sessions for our events. She is also an expert on the Suffragettes in Bristol.

Poster
Poster

These talks were also given as part of Autumn 2009.

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