2023-2024 Monday Lecture Series

2023-2024 Monday Lecture Series

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This season’s line-up features nine guest speakers covering a range of topics inspired by the life, work, and legacy of Susan B. Anthony. This season will be presented online and in-person, with each presentation offered to registered guests at 1pm EST.


September 11, 2023: Jennifer Lloyd, PhD, historian, “More about Susan B. Anthony II”

October 16, 2023: Kenneth Frederick, PhD, Trustee at the George Eastman Museum, “Peggy Stewart (1887-1967)”, internationally acclaimed portrait photographer from Canandaigua, New York 

November 13, 2023: Jennifer Haines, Museum Educator at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, “Women and Woodhicks:  A Historic Look at Women in the PA Lumber Industry”

December 11, 2023: Derrick Pratt, Director of Education & Public Programming at the Erie Canal Museum, “Waterway of Change: Women and the Erie Canal”

January 8, 2024: Allie Hargrave, Haudenosaunee scholar and speaker, “Haudenosaunee Women in Our Societies”

March 11, 2024: Arien Rozelle, M.S., APR, Assistant Professor at St. John Fisher University, “Making Headlines: The NAWSA National Press Bureau”

April 15, 2024: Nicole Hamilton, Collections Manager, Sing Sing Prison Museum, “Doing Time with Eliza Farnham in the Mt Pleasant Women’s Prison at Sing Sing”

May 13, 2024: Deborah Hughes, President & CEO at the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, “‘Change It!’ for Adults: an exploration of the ways which emerging challenges make Susan B. Anthony’s life and work powerfully relevant to leaders today”

June 10, 2024: Andrew Wender Cohen, Professor of History at Syracuse University, and Carol Faulkner, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Maxwell School, “Enforcing Gender at the Polls: Transing Voters and Women’s Suffrage before the American Civil War”