Professor Janine Hayward discusses the remarkable life of Miss Learmonth Dalrymple, who led a seven-year campaign to establish Otago Girls High in 1871, organised the petition to gain entry for women to the University of Otago, and played a leading role in achieving female suffrage in 1893.
This is the seventh public lecture in the 'Great Scots: Otago Men and Women Who Shaped New Zealand' series, organised by the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies to mark the 150th anniversary of the University of Otago.
|Date||Sunday, 4 August 2019|
|Time||2:00pm - 3:00pm|
|Department||Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies|
|Location||Toitū Otago Settlers Museum, 31 Queens Gardens, Dunedin|
|Contact Name||Professor Liam McIlvanney, Stuart Chair in Scottish Studies, University of Otago|
|Contact Phone||03 479 4936|