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Have women made a difference? : women in Irish universities, 1850-2010

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Rethinking education, ISSN:1662-9949 ; v. 3, Peter Lang, Oxford ; New York, p.226 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LC1571 .I73 H38 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8573665

Keywords:

Universities and colleges--Ireland--History, Women in higher education--Ireland--History, Women--Education (Higher)--Ireland--History

Abstract:

Contents: Women and the Irish university question / Judith Harford -- Women who made a difference : the Belfast Ladies' Institute, 1867-1897 / Claire Rush -- A danger to the men? : women in Trinity College Dublin in the first decade, 1904-14 / Susan M. Parkes -- 'The Queen's girl' : Helen Waddell and women at Queen's University Belfast, 1908-1920 / Jennifer FitzGerald -- 'Assistant something-or-other in the new university' : life and letters of Mary Kate O'Kelly, 1878-1934 / Phyllis Gaffney -- The 1940s : women academics at University College Cork / Margaret Mac Curtain -- Gender and organisational culture at senior management level : limits and possibilities for change / Pat O'Connor -- 'A little nurse running around college' : legitimating nursing in the Irish Academy / Martin S. McNamara and Gerard M. Fealy -- 'Doing academia' in Queen's University Belfast : gendered experiences, perceptions and strategies / Martina McKnight and Myrtle Hill.