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Frederick Billington-Greig (1875-1961) : seulement le mari de Teresa ?

Abstract : For many, unfortunately, it is still surprising today to speak of a man as a woman’s husband. And yet, Frederick Billington-Greig can only be researched by historians as Teresa’s husband, Teresa Billington-Greig being a suffragist, feminist and journalist. The archives give us information only through documents catalogued under the name of his wife, Teresa, and of their daughter, Fiona. The case of Frederick Billington-Greig raises the issue of support to a cause almost by proxy. More often than not, women and especially wives and daughters of historical characters are those whose lives and roles have been neglected.
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Myriam Boussahba-Bravard. Frederick Billington-Greig (1875-1961) : seulement le mari de Teresa ?. Martine Monacelli et Michel Prum (dir.), Ces hommes qui épousèrent la cause des femmes, dix pionniers britanniques, Paris : L’Atelier, 2010, pp.177-92, 2010, ISBN : 978-2-7082-4105-3. ⟨hal-03737577⟩