Monday Lecture Series

Monday Lecture Series

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This season’s line-up features nine guest speakers covering a range of timely topics inspired by the life, work, and legacy of Susan B. Anthony. This season will be presented online, with each presentation offered to registered guests at 1pm ET. Individual virtual lectures are available at $30 each, with limited number of viewers.

The link for the lecture will be emailed to registrants the Sunday before the schedule lecture.

SEASON PATRON PASS – IN-PERSON AND LIMITED TO 30 PEOPLE!

PURCHASE THE ENTIRE SERIES OF NINE LECTURES FOR $300, AND RECEIVE THESE BENEFITS:

Patron Pass (limited to 30 people): includes all Monday Lecture Series programs, with the option of attending in the Anthony Museum Carriage House,

PLUS a sandwich or wrap from 1872 Café for lunch (doors will open at 12:15pm for lunch and the program will begin at 1pm),

Plus unlimited online access to recordings of each of this season’s lectures for one year (for viewing only, to protect the intellectual property of the speakers)
INDIVIDUAL IN-PERSON LECTURE- $35 (limited availability) 
Includes selected individual lecture in-person in the Anthony Museum Carriage House,
PLUS a sandwich or wrap from 1872 Café for lunch (doors will open at 12:15pm for lunch and the program will begin at 1pm),

 

VIRTUAL SEASON PASS

PURCHASE THE ENTIRE SERIES OF NINE LECTURES FOR $250, AND RECEIVE THESE BENEFITS:

A Virtual Season Pass: includes all nine Monday Lecture Series programs live on Zoom,

unlimited online access to recordings of each of this season’s lectures for one year (for viewing only, to protect the intellectual property of the speakers)

Individual virtual lecture tickets are available at $30 each

September 12, 2022: Jeff Ludwig, PhD, Director of Education, Seward House Museum, Topic: The Mystery of Margaret: Unraveling the Story of Harriet Tubman’s “Daughter” and Her Ties to the Seward Family

October 3, 2022: Joanna Scutts, author of The Extra Woman, and has written for the New York TimesWashington PostNew Yorker, and the Paris Review – Topic: HOTBED: Bohemian Greenwich Village and the Secret Club that Sparked Modern Feminism

November 14, 2022: Carol Summerfield, Executive Director, History Center of Lake
Forest-Lake Bluff – Topic: Turning Twenty in the ’20s: A Century of Progress for Young Adult Women

December 12, 2022: Nada Odeh, Syrian artist, activist, humanitarian, and poet – Topic: Diversity, Inclusion and Art

January 9, 2023: Carol Faulkner, PhD, Professor of History and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University – Topic: Marriage Reform in Nineteenth-Century America

March 13, 2023: Mallory Szymanski, Assistant Professor of History, Alfred University-Topic: Discerning Doctors from Quacks: the art, science, and social practice of men’s sexual health in late-nineteenth century United States

April 3, 2023: Theresa McCarthy, PhD, Associate Professor, University at Buffalo –Topic: Haudenosaunee women’s leadership in contemporary times

May 8, 2023: Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Department of History, Case Western Reserve University – Topic: Dressed for Freedom: The Politics of Fashion in American History

June 12, 2023: Aisha Pierre, Curator of Interpretation, National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House – Topic: Deep in the Archives