This free course was written by Sara Haslam, Kirsten Jeffrey, Hannah Lavery, Rosemary O’Day, Steve Padley and Stefanie Sinclair.
The course authors would also like to acknowledge the contributions of the authors of the following Open University courses: An introduction to the humanities (A103) and Making sense of the arts (Y180).
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Ada Nield Chew biography: Doughan, D. (2004) ‘Ada Nield Chew’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Copyright © Oxford University Press 2020. Reproduced with permission of the Licensor through PLSclear.
‘The Mother’s Story’: Nield Chew, D. and Davin, A. (1982) ‘The mother’s story’ to the Crewe Chronicle’, Ada Nield Chew: The Life and Writings of a Working Woman, Virago Press. Reproduced by kind permission of Mid Pennine Arts
May Billinghurst biography: Trueman, H. (2004) ‘Rosa May Billinghurst’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Copyright © Oxford University Press 2020. Reproduced with permission of the Licensor through PLSclear.
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