"Deeds Not Words": 100 Years Since Women Gained the Right to Vote

"Deeds Not Words": 100 Years Since Women Gained the Right to Vote

A Lecture by Professor June Purvis
This year marks 100 years since the first wave of women were granted the right to vote in the UK. To celebrate Lincoln's Inn is delighted that Professor June Purvis will present a lecture on the Suffrage movement and Christabel Pankhurst, who attempted to be admitted to the Inn in 1904.

Professor Purvis is an Emerita Professor of Women’s and Gender history at the University of Portsmouth as well as  a biographer of Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst. 

The Forum will be chaired by Master Karen Shuman

Date: Wednesday 18 July

Time: 5.30pm for 6pm, followed by a drinks reception

Venue: The Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn

Cost: FREE – but prior booking is essential

Book: www.lincolnsinn.org.uk/index.php/education/womens-forum