Margaret Lovell-Smith

Margaret Lovell-Smith is a Christchurch writer who has previously published on the nineteenth-century women’s movement in Canterbury, women’s biography, local and regional history. She was the lead researcher and writer for the Voices Against War website launched in 2016, a project which led eventually to her forthcoming book. I Don’t Believe in Murder: Standing up for Peace in World War I Canterbury. Her previous books include the edited anthology The Woman Question: Writings by the Women Who Won the Vote (1992), The Enigma of Sister Mary Leo: The Story Behind New Zealand’s Most Famous Singing Teacher (1998), Hurunui Heritage: The Development of a District, 1950–2000 (2000), and Easily the Best: The Life of Helen Connon, 1857–1903 (2004).

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