> See details of Campaigning for the Vote: Kate Parry Frye’s Suffrage Diary edited by Elizabeth Crawford
6.30pm, 14 June 2017
National Army Museum, Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3 4HT
The National Army Museum's first ever late opening, exploring whether feminism has been good for the army. Discover a range of opinions and share your own. With a talk by Elizabeth Crawford: Did the First World War win women the vote?
£12.00, Concessions: £9
For more information: https://www.nam.ac.uk/whats-on/feminism-late
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Commemoration Weekend
6:00pm, Friday 6th October 2017
Jubilee Hall, Crabbe St, Aldeburgh IP15 5BN
The towns of Aldeburgh and Leiston are hosting a series of events to celebrate the lifeof Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. The events include short talks – Professor Lawrence Goldman on ‘Elizabeth Garrett Anderson in Context: Origins of the Women's Movement in mid-Victorian Britain’ and Elizabeth Crawford on ‘Enterprising Women: the Garretts and their circle’ – a play, songs, music, readings and the unveiling of a stone plaque.
For more information: http://egacelebration2017.weebly.com/commemoration-weekend.html
Tickets can be purchased from Snape Maltings Box Office https://snapemaltings.co.uk/ or by phone on 01728 687110
Elizabeth Crawford on Parliamentary Radio
Available as an MP3 file to download.
100 years since the Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison stepped into the path of the King's horse, Parliament pays tribute to her. Featuring the Labour MP Alison McGovern, Elizabeth Crawford, the suffragette historian, and Irene Cockroft, of the Bourne Hall Museum in Ewell, Surrey. All have their own Emily Wilding Davison stories, including an eye witness account of Emily’s funeral procession from Kate Frye.
To listen to Elizabeth Crawford Parliamentary Radio visit: womanandhersphere.com/2013/06/07/suffrage-stories-parliamentary-radio-interviews-recorded-at-the-emily-wilding-davison-event-in-the-house-of-commons-tuesday-4-june-2013/
Elizabeth Crawford writes for the British Library Untold Lives blog
Guest blogger Elizabeth Crawford writes for the British Library about Emily Wilding Davison and her friends as part of their series of stories on campaigns for women's rights.
To read the blog: britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/untoldlives/2013/06/emily-wilding-davison-perpetuating-the-memory.html
Elizabeth Crawford on the OUP blog: Why is Emily Wilding Davison remembered as the first suffragette martyr?
“She paid ‘the price of freedom’. Glad to pay it — glad though it brought her to death (..) the first woman martyr who has gone to death for this cause.” Who do you think was the subject of this eulogy? Was it Emily Wilding Davison, the centenary of whose death is being honoured this June?
To read the blog: http://blog.oup.com/2013/06/why-is-emily-wilding-davison-remembered-as-the-first-suffragette-martyr/