Dr Mary Murdoch (1864-1916) and the 'Heart of Hull' : Campaigning for women's suffrage, education and health care

Cockin, Katharine

Dr Mary Murdoch; Women's suffrage; Education; Health care

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©2016 The author. This recording is made available to listen to individually. Any reference to it, paraphrased or quoted, must be properly attributed to the author (name, date, institution, title of talk). It must not be copied, distributed or used for commercial purposes or any other purposes without the author’s written consent.
Description

Abstract:
Dr Mary Murdoch, the first female GP in Hull, was a highly respected and controversial campaigner for improvements in the health care of women and children. This talk will examine some aspects of Murdoch’s life and work in the wider context of women’s suffrage politics.

Publisher
The University of Hull
Language
English
Additional notes
This is an audio recording of a lecture delivered by Professor Katharine Cockin of the University of Hull to the Hull Amnesty Group on 15th November 2016, 11am-12noon at Hull History Centre.
Extent
53 MB
Identifier
hull:14055

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