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  The Gotham Center for New York City History Celebrates the New York Suffrage Centennial Gotham: A Blog for Scholars of New York History. November 6-28, 2017.   Film: After the Vote: The Women Who Changed New York Dawn Scibilia. "After the Vote: The Women Who Changed New York." New York Women in Film & Television.   A shout-out to our sponsors Click Here American Women in Cartoons 1890-1920: Female Representation and the Changing Concepts of Femininity During the American Woman Suffrage Movement: An Empirical Analysis. Katharina Hundhammer. American Women in Cartoons 1890-1920: Female Representation and the Changing Concepts of Femininity During the American Woman Suffrage Movement: An Empirical Analysis. Pieterlen, Switzerland: Peter Lang Verlang, 2012.   Documentary on Inez Milholland: “Forward Into Light” Martha Wheelock. "Forward Into Light." National Women’s History Project and Wild West Women, Inc. 2016. Fighting Chance: The Struggle Over Woman Suffrage and Black Suffrage in Reconstruction America Faye E. Dudden. Fighting Chance: The Struggle Over Woman Suffrage and Black Suffrage in Reconstruction America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.   Become a Contributor Add to our expanding database of Suffrage media Click Here   The Suffrage Postcard Digital Humanities Project: Images of Masculinity and Fatherhood in Pro- and Anti-Suffrage Postcards of the Early 20th Century "The Suffrage Postcard Project." 2015-Present. By Drs. Kristin Allukian and Ana Stevenson   Panel Video: “When Modern Men Became Feminists” – NYU Center for the Humanities, November 7, 2017 A panel discussion with Gail Collins, Christoph Irmscher (biographer of Max Eastman), and Brooke Kroeger (author of The Suffragents) “A Tract in Fiction”: Woman Suffrage Literature and the Struggle for the Vote Claire Delahaye. “A Tract in Fiction”: Woman Suffrage Literature and the Struggle for the Vote. European Journal of American Studies, 11 (1), 2016. Exhibit: When Greenwich Village Was a Suffrage ‘Hotbed’ "Hotbed." New-York Historical Society, 2017-2018.
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