Suffrage, Citizenship and Nationhood in Ireland, 1912-1918


Location: 424 Flanner Hall


Dr. Senia Paseta, St. Hugh's College, University of Oxford, will present "Suffrage, Citizenship and Nationhood in Ireland, 1912-1918" on Friday, March 21st at 3:00 PM in 424 Flanner Hall. Dr. Paseta is a historian of modern Ireland whose current research focuses on the history of women and political activism in Britain and Ireland.  Her most recent publication, Irish Nationalist Women, 1900-1918 (Cambridge, 2013), examines how politically active women worked within broader nationalist and feminist contexts during a volatile period of Irish history. Other books include Thomas Kettle: A Biography (Dublin, 2009) and Before the Revolution: Nationalism, Social Change and Ireland's Catholic elite, 1879-1922 (Cork, 1999).