Dr Caitriona Beaumont


NameDr Caitriona Beaumont
Job titleAssociate Professor
Organisational UnitLaw and Social Science
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-1017-8059

Research outputs

Networks as ‘Laboratories of Experience’: exploring the life cycle of the suffrage movement and its aftermath in Ireland 1870-1937

Beaumont, C., Clancy, M. and Ryan, L. (2020). Networks as ‘Laboratories of Experience’: exploring the life cycle of the suffrage movement and its aftermath in Ireland 1870-1937. Women's History Review.

Women in Public Life: campaigns for the equal political representation of women in nineteenth and twentieth century Britain

Beaumont, C. (2020). Women in Public Life: campaigns for the equal political representation of women in nineteenth and twentieth century Britain. in: Jolly, M. and Russell, P. (ed.) In Dreams and Demands: Women's Rights Women's Lives The British Library.

Reference to Women's Place in the Home must be removed from Constitution

Beaumont, C (2018). Reference to Women's Place in the Home must be removed from Constitution. Irish Times.

The Transnational Women’s Suffrage Movement: how the vote was won in the USA, 1848-1920

Beaumont, C (2018). The Transnational Women’s Suffrage Movement: how the vote was won in the USA, 1848-1920. Adam Matthew.

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

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.

What do women want? Housewives’ associations, activism and changing representations of women in the 1950s

Beaumont, C (2017). What do women want? Housewives’ associations, activism and changing representations of women in the 1950s. in: Tinkler, P, Spencer, S and Langhamer, C (ed.) Women in Fifties Britain: A New Look London Routledge.

The Mothers' Union and the Women's Movement: a history of female activism 1876-2017

Beaumont, C (2017). The Mothers' Union and the Women's Movement: a history of female activism 1876-2017. Families First.

Housewives and Citizens: Encouraging Active Citizenship in the Print Media of Housewives' Associations during the Interwar Years

Beaumont, C (2017). Housewives and Citizens: Encouraging Active Citizenship in the Print Media of Housewives' Associations during the Interwar Years. in: DiCenzo, M, Clay, C, Green, B and Hackney, F (ed.) Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain: the Interwar Period Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press.

Fighting for the Privileges of Citizenship: The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), feminism and the women's movement, 1928-1945

Beaumont, C (2014). Fighting for the Privileges of Citizenship: The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), feminism and the women's movement, 1928-1945. Women's History Review. 23 (3), pp. 463 - 479.

What is a Wife? Reconstructing Domesticity in postwar Britain before The Feminine Mystique

Beaumont, C (2015). What is a Wife? Reconstructing Domesticity in postwar Britain before The Feminine Mystique. History of Women in the Americas. 3, pp. 61-76.

What Do Women Want? Housewives' Associations, Activism and Changing Representations of Women in the 1950s

Beaumont, C (2016). What Do Women Want? Housewives' Associations, Activism and Changing Representations of Women in the 1950s. Women's History Review. 26 (1), pp. 147-162.
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