Carmel Quinlanis the author of Genteel Revolutionaries: Anna and Thomas Haslam and the Irish Women’s Movement (2002).
Caitriona Clearlectures in history at NUI Galway and has published on nuns in 19th-century Ireland, women in 20th-century Ireland and many other topics.
Leeann Laneis head of the school of humanities at Mater Dei Institute of Education, part of Dublin City University. She is author of Rosamond Jacob: Third Person Singular (2010).
Rosemary Cullen Owenslectures on 19th and20th-century feminism in Ireland. She is the author of a number of books on female suffrage including Smashing Times: A History of the Irish Women’s Suffrage Movement 1889-1922 (1984).
Margaret Wardis director of the Women’s Resource and Development Agency in Belfast. Her publications include Unmanageable Revolutionaries: Women and Irish Nationalism (1983) and biographies of Maud Gonne and Hanna Sheehy Skeffington.
Diane Urquhartis a senior lecturer in modern Irish history and head of department at the Institute of Irish Studies of the University of Liverpool. She has published widely on Irish women’s political activism in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Maria Luddyis professor of modern Irish history at the University of Warwick and chair of its history department.
Mary McAuliffelectures on women’s and gender history at University College Dublin and is president of the Women’s History Association of Ireland
William Murphyis a lecturer in Irish studies at the Mater Dei Institute of Education, part of Dublin City University. He has published on prewar suffragism and political imprisonment.
Louise Ryanis professor and co-director of the social policy research centre at Middlesex University. She has published widely on suffragism, nationalism and migration.
Maryann Gialanella Valiulisis the former director of the centre for gender and women’s studies at Trinity College Dublin.
Therese Moriartyis a labour and women’s historian and a committee member of the Irish Labour History Society.
Mary Cullenis a former senior lecturer in modern history at NUI Maynooth. Her main area of research and publication is the history of Irish feminism.
Catriona Croweis head of special projects at the National Archives of Ireland.
Mary Robinsonis a former president of Ireland and a former UN high commissioner for human rights.
Susan McKayis an award-winning journalist and author of Northern Protestants: An Unsettled People (2000).
Joyce Padburyhas researched the life and work of Mary Hayden and published articles on her as educator, historian and pioneering feminist.
Margaret Ó hÓgartaighis the author of Kathleen Lynn, Irishwoman, Patriot, Doctor (2006).
Senia Pasetais tutorial fellow in modern history at St Hugh’s College, Oxford, and author of Before the Revolution: Nationalism, Social Change and Irelands Catholic Elite, 1879-1922 (1999).