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Sue Innes

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Sue Innes is a writer and researcher, and co-ordinator with Engender, the national Scottish women's organisation. After a career in journalism, mainly with Scotsman Publications, she returned to university, graduating with a PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 1998. She has taught feminist political theory at the University of Glasgow and held a research fellowship with the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, Glasgow Caledonian University. She has published work on feminism in the 1990s and inter-war period, on women and the Scottish Parliament and on families and care.

Sue Innes has written the following TheGlasgowStory essays:

1830s to 1914 - Learning and Beliefs: Women's Suffrage
The first women's suffrage society in the city was formed c.1870 and a large open-air women's suffra...
 
1914 to 1950s - Learning and Beliefs: Women's Role
Women's lives were marked by many changes – in education and opportunities, health, dress, leisure...
 
1950s to The Present Day - Everyday Life: The Family
The Welfare State, smaller families, a rising standard of living and intense focus on family life al...
 
1950s to The Present Day - Learning and Beliefs: Feminism
Feminism re-emerged in Glasgow, as elsewhere, in two main arenas: women's trade unionism and the wom...
 


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