Social Science Association


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Emily Faithfull
EF suffered in various ways as a result of the trial. The sense that she had prevaricated, at the very least, alienated many of her associates on The English Woman's Journal, including Emily Davies
Occupation Mary Carpenter
MC attended the meeting of the Social Science Association in London, where she presented papers on the Education of Pauper Girls and the Essential Principles of the Reformatory Movement, and networked with many professionals...
Performance of text Jessie Boucherett
Emily Faithfull read a paper by JB entitled Local Societies for Promoting the Employment of Women at a meeting of the Social Science Association .
Stone, James S. Emily Faithfull: Victorian Champion of Women’s Rights. P. D. Meany.
politics Frances Power Cobbe
FPC 's interest in women's rights was born during her work with Mary Carpenter . In her own words, she was chiefly moved by reflection on the sufferings and wrongs borne by women, in great...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Janet Hamilton
The vigour and originality of her voice on women's issues requires greater recognition, ranging as it does from the satiric Crinoline, to Contrasted Scenes from Real Life which juxtaposes the earthly lot of Lady Emily Hay


Probably October 1858: The Ladies' National Association for the...

National or international item

Probably October 1858

April 1862: The Senate of the University of London voted...

Building item

April 1862

The Senate of the University of London voted against allowing women into their medical degree programme.


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