University of Liverpool

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Education Carol Ann Duffy
CAD received a BA (Honours) in Philosophy from the University of Liverpool .
Rees-Jones, Deryn. Carol Ann Duffy. Northcote House, 1999.
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Employer Sir James George Frazer
James George Frazer was appointed by the University of Liverpool to the first named chair of social anthropology.
Drabble, Margaret, editor. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press, 1985.
Family and Intimate relationships Eleanor Rathbone
ER 's father was the sixth William Rathbone in a Lancashire family which was Quaker , Unitarian , Liberal and philanthropic. For six generations this family had been the epitome of fair trading, plain speaking...
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Bellerby
He was a successful economist, who had conducted studies for the International Labour Organization in Geneva, then in 1927 become a Fellow of Caius College , Cambridge. In autumn 1930 he took up...
Family and Intimate relationships Carol Ann Duffy
Henri was thirty-nine at the time, twenty-three years older than she was. The two became close, and CAD , in order to be near to Henri, decided to study at the University of Liverpool ...
Occupation Eleanor Rathbone
Rathbone and Macadam collaborated on many social and political projects, most with feminist aims. They began by stabilising the Settlement's budget and community programmes. The two then served on the founding committee of the School of Social Studies and Training for Social Work
politics Eleanor Rathbone
Her partner, Elizabeth Macadam , also continued with her socio-political activities throughout World War I. In 1916 Macadam joined the Welfare Department of the Ministry of Munitions . The following year she began as the...
politics Virginia Woolf
VW rejected on principle an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from the University of Manchester . In March 1939 she rejected another honorary doctorate, from the University of Liverpool .
Bell, Quentin. Virginia Woolf: A Biography. Hogarth Press, 1972.
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Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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Publishing Hannah Mary Rathbone
A Boston edition of The Way to Make Home Comfortable bears the date 1850; an edition held not by the British Library or Bodleian but by the University of Liverpool library was published by Darton and Clark
Publishing Hannah Mary Rathbone
HMR was also a contributor to periodicals. The University of Liverpool library holds several undated pieces which were contributed by her to unidentified periodicals: The Mother's Blessing, Penny Banks, and a series of...
Reception Eleanor Rathbone
During ER 's lifetime the leaders of both major political parties, Winston Churchill and Clement Attlee (whose regard for her was equally high), repeatedly urged her to accept honours of various kinds, but she refused...
Reception Beryl Bainbridge
BB was awarded an Honorary DLitt by the University of Liverpool.
Brown, Susan Windisch, editor. Contemporary Novelists. St James Press, 1996.
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Reception Felicia Hemans
A stained-glass window was erected by subscription in honour of FH in 1865 at St Ann's Church, Dublin, where she is buried. A Felicia Hemans poetry prize is awarded annually for the best lyrical...
Textual Features May Kendall
Several poems from this collection were originally published in The Sphinx, the student magazine of theUniversity of Liverpool , although MKdoes not appear to have been a student there.
Birch, Catherine Elizabeth. Evolutionary Feminism in Late-Victorian Women’s Poetry: Mathilde Blind, Constance Naden and May Kendall. University of Birmingham.
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Textual Production Eleanor Rathbone
Major collections of ER 's papers are held at Liverpool University and the Women's Library in London (formerly the Fawcett Library ).
Alberti, Johanna. Eleanor Rathbone. Sage Press, 1996.
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