British Federation of University Women
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Constance Smedley|
|Friends, Associates||Margaret Haig, Viscountess Rhondda||
MHVR 's friends included novelist Elizabeth Robins , Theodora Bosanquet (spokesperson for British Federation of University Women and one-time secretary of Henry James ), MP Ellen Wilkinson (despite of their different stance on party politics)...
|politics||Margaret Haig, Viscountess Rhondda||
The group's agenda was to obtain legislative improvements in child-assault laws, the position of unmarried mothers, equality of both parents in guardianship rights, equal pay for teachers, equal civic service opportunities for women and men...
|Textual Production||Margaret Kennedy||
Kennedy took the material for this biography from a series of lectures on Jane Austen she had given at the Liverpool Branch of the British Federation of University Women and the English Association of Bath...
20 March 1907
Sara Burstall , headmistress of Manchester High School for Girls , chaired a meeting in the school's library in Manchester which resulted in the founding of the British Federation of University Women .
New activist women's groups in Britain this year included the Feminist History Conference , the British Federation of University Women , the Feminist Press Collective , and Gay Women's Liberation .
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