By Tara Giddens, University of Limerick I was first introduced to Kathleen Blake Coleman (1856-1915) by my supervisor when discussing PhD topics. Coleman was an eminent journalist in Canada and the United States at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth century. …
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Timely reminder from @emiliepine at #IASIL2021 - we need to use citation more. It is a feminist practice, as Sarah Ahmed has so eloquently argued. @IASIL3
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Victorianists, I need your help! Can anyone direct me to info on the C19th periodical 'Boys' World', such as its readership, etc?
Margaret Skinnider (1892-1971), revolutionary, feminist and 'schoolteacher turned sniper' who was wounded during 1916 Easter Rising. Great piece on her here, including link to interview with her biographer @MaryMcAuliffe4
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