After the Vote: Women, citizenship and the campaign for gender equality in the Irish Free State 1922-1943

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Beaumont, C (2018). After the Vote: Women, citizenship and the campaign for gender equality in the Irish Free State 1922-1943. in: Ryan, L and Ward, M (ed.) Irish Women and the Vote: Becoming Citizens Dublin, Ireland Irish Academic Press.
AuthorsBeaumont, C
EditorsRyan, L and Ward, M
Abstract

This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the Irish suffrage movement from its beginnings in the mid-nineteenth century to the exciting years when feminist militancy exploded on the streets of Dublin and Belfast.

KeywordsIrish history; suffrage movement
Year2018
Book titleIrish Women and the Vote: Becoming Citizens
PublisherIrish Academic Press
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Place of publicationDublin, Ireland
Edition2
ISBN9781788550130
Publication dates
Print01 Feb 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited25 Oct 2017
Accepted21 Sep 2017
Web address (URL)https://irishacademicpress.ie/product/irish-women-and-the-vote-becoming-citizens-new-edition/
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