Posted By Bill Payer on Mar 16, 2022 | 0 comments

The programs below are all sponsored by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History:

Black Women’s History Wellesley College historian Kellie Carter Jackson examines African American women’s leadership and activism, and the ways in which they have engaged in local, national, and international freedom struggles. Learn More
Women and Gender in 19th-Century America Columbia University historian Stephanie McCurry focuses on six different moments in the nineteenth century when the matter of women and gender was tied up with fundamental struggles over the nature of the republic itself. Learn More
Women and Politics in 20th-Century America Historian Linda Gordon, a recipient of the Bancroft Prize twice, explores grassroots political activism, landmark court decisions, significant achievements in the arts, and the intersection of work on behalf of women’s rights in the United States with other movements for equality at home and abroad. Learn More
Women in the American Revolution Carol Berkin, Professor Emerita at Baruch College and the Graduate Center, CUNY, examines the many roles women played in the War for Independence, from the earliest protests and boycotts to the American victory at Yorktown. Learn More
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