2018 marks the centenary of the end of the First World War yet also the 100th anniversary of votes for (some) women in the UK.
In this public talk, Dr Delphine Doucet from the University of Sunderland will shed light on the close connections between a family of radicals from Sunderland and their strong link to the origins of English republicanism.
Public Talk with Inge Paneels (National Glass Centre/University of Sunderland)
This event is dedicated to exploring the origins and endings of Sunderland’s industries.
Given by John R Dean, this is the third in a series of Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) seminars taking place at University of Sunderland. Tickets are free and bookable via eventbrite.
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