Jan - Mar
15 - 17

The provision of women’s education provides a unique insight into the campaign for Suffrage. Archival material from Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, including commentaries by students and staff in the form of diaries, magazines and letters, charts the reception of both Suffrage and the Suffragettes in the colleges and beyond. Loans from the Museum of London and Women’s Library, including hunger strike medals and sashes, position the College material in the wider context of the campaign for women’s rights. The exhibition culminates in an examination of what the Representation of the People Act really meant and for whom.

Please note that the exhibition space is open at the following times:
Monday-Wednesday, 10am-6pm
Thursday, 10am -8.30pm
Friday-Sunday, 10am-6pm

Admission free, no booking necessary.


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Upcoming events

Will my stress /anxiety effect my job prospects? - The Careers de-stress day 4

Take a bit of time out to discuss your concerns and some strategies in a relaxed and informal environment with people from the Careers and Wellbeing teams.

Careers in Writing: Student Drop-in

Meet Royal Holloway alumni who are successful writers and pick up tips and advice.

Television as digital media

This lecture by Professor James Bennett from the Department of Media Arts explores the future of television as digital media.