Cork Spring Talks - Invisible Farmers: the role of Women in the NFA’s Farmer’s Rights Campaign

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– Mary Gibbons Mary Gibbons is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin where she read Modern Languages. Having worked in industry for ten years, she then concentrated her energy on parenting her six children. Since completing an MA in Women’s Studies at University College, Cork in 2008, Mary has won the WHAI’s MacCurtain/Cullen Prize for Irish Women’s history in 2010. The prizewinning article is entitled: ‘Invisible Farmers’: the role of Women in the NFA’s Farmer’s Rights Campaign of the 1960s. 8pm, Tuesday, 3rd May 8pm, Tuesday, 19th April, solidarity books

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