Monday Lecture Series 2023-2024

Monday Lecture Series 2023-2024

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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 

DATES, SPEAKERS, AND TOPICS

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 8, 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”