Dr Miranda Brawn is featured among the UK’s top female leaders in the University of Oxford’s Suffrage Exhibition from 2018-2019 https://wih.web.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-miranda-brawn
The Suffrage Wall at the University of Oxford has been created to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in 2018. Top female leaders from around the UK who represent a variety of occupations from within the Arts, Business, Education, Politics, Science and Sport were invited to become suffrage champions, making a powerful statement about women’s achievements and the continuing need to challenge barriers to gender equality one hundred years since women were first enfranchised.
This is part of the Women in the Humanities initiative which strives to consolidate its international reputation as a centre of excellence in Humanities research and in the advancement of gender equality. To achieve this, it adopts the following strategic aims:
— To create knowledge that develops new perspectives on gender equality. Oxford has the largest concentration of humanities researchers in the world, many of whom focus on women. Their collaboration can produce novel and workable solutions to advancing gender equality.
— To support the University in its promotion of gender equality, recognised by the Vice-Chancellor as a strategic aim for Oxford.