A University of Wyoming professor who has published extensively on the visual culture of women’s activism worldwide will be speaking on Thursday, December 2, at the University.

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Colleen Denney, a professor of art history, gender, and women’s studies, will be discussing her latest book, titled “The Suffrage Photography of Lena Connell: Creating a Cult of Great Women Leaders in Britain, 1908-1914.”

Her talk, which is free and open to the public, will be at 4 pm in Room 506 of Coe Library. The event also will be live-streamed on Zoom. To attend the event via Zoom, register at www.uwyo.edu/libraries.

The University Store will have copies of her book available for purchase after the talk.

Denney has published comprehensively on portraits of women in Victorian and contemporary culture. She has been researching British women in the suffrage movement since 2005. Her new book from McFarland & Co. Inc., Publishers examines the career of Connell, a photographer, and Edwardian suffragist.

For more information about Denney’s book, go to www.mcfarlandbooks.com/newly-published-the-suffrage-photography-of-lena-connell/.

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