Although her 1843 publication Union Ouvrière outsold those of her contemporaries, writer Flora Tristan, the first to combine a feminist and socialist programme, was scarcely acknowledged and is referred to as a “forgotten heroine”. Professor Máire Cross (Newcastle University) explores the efforts by activists and historians to recover her memory, as part of the Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture.
Mon 14 Jan 6pm
Free but booking essential
As part of Women Shaping the World