A lab of ones own science and suffrage in the first world war by patricia fara british author lecturer at world renowned ancient cambridge university television personality a history of science centered on twentieth century women and their achievements. A lab of ones own is author patricia faras narrative of womens advance in fields of science and suffrage in britain during the first world war she draws on the background of the status of women in the era leading up to the war and changes brought on during the war. O a lab of ones own science and suffrage in the first world war is published by oxford to order a copy for 1644 rrp 1899 go to bookshoptheguardiancom or call 0330 333 6846 free . A lab of ones own science and suffrage in the first world war patricia fara 2018 is the anniversary of women over 30 getting the vote in the united kingdom as well as the end of wwi includes substantial discussion of ray strachey who was virginia woolfs sister in law and an eminent suffrage leader. A lab of ones own science and suffrage in the first world war patricia fara oxford university press 2018 350 pp purchase this item now the ability of war to disrupt gender roles is well established
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