Dr Jill Liddington
- Position: Honorary Research Fellow
- Areas of expertise: My main area of expertise lies with women's history, especially the interplay between gender and class in nineteenth and twentieth century Britain.
- Email: J.R.Liddington@leeds.ac.uk
- Website: jliddington
I worked in the School of Continuing Education (originally the Extra-Mural Department) 1982-2005, where I became Reader in Gender History. Since 2006, I have been based in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies (CIGS).
I have published both on the Votes for Women campaigns, and also on the four-million-word diaries of Anne Lister of Shibden Hall (1791-1840). Anne Lister in the 1830s is the subject of a BBC1 drama series inspired by Nature's Domain and Presenting the Past.
My key publications include:
- One Hand Tied Behind Us: the rise of the women’s suffrage movement (co-author), Virago Press 1978 & 1984; Rivers Oram Press 2000; French edition 2018.
- Presenting the Past: Anne Lister of Halifax 1791-1840, Pennine Pens, 1994, new editions 2010 & 2018.
- Female Fortune: land, gender and authority: Anne Lister diaries 1833-36, Rivers Oram Press, 1998, reprinted 2010, 2018.
- Nature’s Domain: Anne Lister and the landscape of desire, Pennine Pens 2003.
- Rebel Girls: their fight for the vote, Virago Press 2006.
- Vanishing for the Vote: suffrage, citizenship and the battle for the census, Manchester University Press 2014.
- Royal Historical Society
- Society of Authors
- Women's History Network
- Institute of Historical Research
Research groups and institutes
- Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies