4 November 2020
6.30pm - 7.00pm
In this audio-only event, Jacki Hill-Murphy is interviewed by Penny Tranter about her forthcoming book ‘The Life and Travels of Isabella Bird’ and about what life was like for the early women explorers. Jacki will embellish this talk with anecdotes from her own travels.
Jacki Hill-Murphy MA, FRGS, is an explorer, writer and speaker who has travelled to some of the most inhospitable places on earth to re-create the journeys of daring women adventurers from the past.
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This event has been organised by the West of England and South Wales committee, and is a joint event with Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution.
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