‘Every Jack may have his Jill’: Satire and Female Emigration before 1840

What: ‘Spaces of Movement’ Panel

When: March 25, 2013 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Where: Social History Society Annual Conference, University of Leeds, Weetwood Lane,Leeds,West Yorkshire LS16 8HL, UK

Contact: Social History Society 

Chair: Colin Pooley

  • Every Jack may have his Jill: Satire and Female Emigration before 1840, by M.H. Beals
  • ‘A Thorny Business’: Quantifying the Eastern European population of England’s largest county, 1951-1991, by Frank Grombir
  • Migration, language and urban spaces: the Irish language in London 1900-14, by Giulia Ní Dhulchaointigh
  • Indian rulers abroad: Princely travel, empire and anti-colonial politics in Western India and the world, c. 1900-1939, by Teresa Segura-Garcia

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