This season’s line-up features eight 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 lectures are available at $30 each, with limited number of viewers.
The link for the lecture will be emailed to registrants the Friday before the schedule lecture.
- October 11, 2021: Shenette Garrette-Scott, PhD, “Banking on
Freedom: Black Women in U.S. Finance Before
the New Deal”
- November 8, 2021: Marguerite Kearns, “An Unfinished Business: Edna Beckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights”
- December 13, 2021: Karen Lankenshofer, “Elsa Von Blumen: Woman Racer of 1880”
- January 10, 2022: Elizabeth Masarik, PhD, “Por la Raza, Para laRaza: Jovita Idar and Progressive-Era Mexicana Maternalism along the Texas–Mexico Border”
- March 14, 2022: Deborah L. Hughes, “The Changing Faces of Susan B. Anthony”
- April 11, 2022**: Rebecca Hall, JD, PHD, “Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts”
- May 9, 2022: Meredith Roman, PhD, “‘Armed and Dangerous’: The Criminalization of Angela Davis and the Cold War Myth of America’s Innocence”
- May 23rd, 2022: Allison Hinman, “William Seward and the Freeman Trial”
- June 13, 2022: Jennifer M. Lloyd, PhD, “Susan B. Anthony II: Activist, Journalist, Writer, UR Graduate”
**Note: the previously announced lecture for April 11, 2022, Allison Hinman, “William Seward and the Freeman Trial” has been postponed. Those holding tickets for April 11, 2022 will be notified of the change by email. Tickets for April 11, 2022, will be honored for Rebecca Hall's lecture in April and for Allison Hinman's re-scheduled presentation.