Sebestyen, Amanda, 1946-

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Amanda Sebestyen was a radical feminist writer and activist from Great Britain.

From the description of Papers, 1979. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122565709

This small collection was donated by journalist Amanda Sebestyen. Sebyesten has worked with asylum seekers, and has campaigned for the rights of the Roma people. She has a long standing interest in Bosnia and Kosovo, and she has written on feminism. In 1992, she organised the “Strains of War” art exhibition at Greenwich Citizens Gallery.

From the guide to the Amanda Sebestyen collection, 1998-1999, (Special Collections, Brunel University Library)

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Place Name Admin Code Country
Kosovo
Great Britain
Subject
Political refugees
Asylum seekers
Feminist theory
Women and socialism
Feminism
Painting--Exhibitions
Romanies--Europe
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Birth 1946

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