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C3RI PhD alumni Carrie Dunn speaking on 'Women's football: its history and its future' as part of International Women's Day

Date: Friday 18 March 2016
Venue: The U-Mix Centre, 17 Asline Road, Lowfield, Sheffield, S2 4UJ

C3RI PhD alumni Carrie Dunn will be speaking on 'Women's football: its history and its future' as part of FURD's (Football Unites, Racism Divides) International Women's Day celebrations.

'Women's football: its history and its future' with Carrie Dunn

Carrie Dunn is a lecturer in Sports Journalism and author of several books including 'Female Football Fans: Community, Identity and Sexism' and 'Football and the FA Women's Super League'. She'll be talking about the history of women's football, her research, and her experience of covering it as a journalist.

Friday 18th March, 7pm, U-Mix Centre. FREE entry, but booking advisable.

For more information please visit the FURD Website here.

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