“Remembering Resistance – a century of women’s activism in the North of England”

Friday 14 February 2020, 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Venue

Lancaster City Museum, Lancaster - View Map

Open to

Alumni, Applicants, External Organisations, Postgraduates, Prospective Students, Public, Staff, Undergraduates

Registration

Free to attend - registration required

Registration Info

To reserve your seat, either call into Lancaster City Museum (Market St, Lancaster LA1 1HT) or phone 01524 64637


Event Details

Lancaster University academics share their passion and research at Lancaster City Museum

We are very pleased to announce a new partnership with the Friends of Lancaster City Museum! Our staff has been invited to share their passion and research during talks taking place at the Museum at 1pm on Fridays.

During this first talk, Dr Sarah Marsden, Senior Lecturer in Politics, discusses her work on Remembering Resistance, a project looking at the last century of women’s activism in the North of England. Dr Marsden will talk about how women have challenged power in creative, conventional and controversial ways and the impact activism had on the women themselves, the places where they protested, and the communities they were part of.

The talk will be held at the Museum's Education Room, with access from New Street, Lancaster. Attendance is free, but booking is essential. To reserve your seat, either call into the museum or phone 0152464637

Image: Women's March Sheffield 2018 ©Tim Dennell

Contact Details

Name Public Event Team
Email

public-events@lancaster.ac.uk