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The Legacy of Sophia Duleep Singh

Feb
21

The Sikh Museum Initiative presents:

A panel discussion on the suffragette Sophia Duleep’s, whose legacy in modern Britain will be explored.

Introduction by  Sikh scholar Gurinder Singh Mann

We will be joined by a panel of young female researchers:
Kiran Singh (University of Derby)
Anisha Kaur (University of Derby)
Kiran Bhogal (London School of Economics)

Together with a 3d showcase of ‘Sophia Duleep Singh’s jewelry handed to her from her father Maharajah Duleep Singh-part of the Anglo Sikh Museum Project.

The event is part of the Alice Hawkins and the Votes for Women exhibition at New Walk Museum running until 24th of February 2019 and featuring a presentation on Sophia Duleep Singh.

The event will be filmed by Punjab 2000. The Anglo Sikh Museum is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Book at eventbrite

Location:

New Walk Museum and Art Gallery
53 New Walk
Leicester
Le1 7EA

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