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14 March 2018

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Professor Senia Paseta speaks to the BBC on the ‘Sappho to Suffrage’ exhibition

Professor Senia Paseta, Tutorial Fellow in History at St Hugh’s College and co-Director of Women in the Humanities, has spoken to the BBC about the Sappho to Suffrage exhibition in the Bodleian library.

The exhibition includes a board game, Sufragetto, which was manufactured and sold to raise money for the Women’s Social and Political Union. Professor Paseta highlighted several intriguing items in the exhibition, and explained their significance.

Read her comments to the BBC here.

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