Mary Hays: Wollstonecraft’s Disciple and Unsex’d Female.
by Emma Butcher Mary Hays (1760-1843) secures her place in history as one of the radical disciples of Mary Wollstonecraft. Although acknowledged alongside the likes of Helen Maria Williams, Elizabeth […]Read more
What’s-her-name: The Most Dangerous Woman of the 1890s
by Tine Hreno This was originally posted here “Editha Jackson” THE coming and going of Ann O’Delia Diss Debar are mysteries for there is no record of her birth and […]Read more
Asian Suffragettes – Women Who Made a Difference.
by Shahida Rahman Women’s Coronation Procession, 17 June 1911, courtesy of the Museum of London The vital role that Asian women played in the feminist movement in early 20th century […]Read more