Exhibition: National Archives “Rightfully Hers”

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Exhibition, Government Document

The National Archive suffrage exhibition “Rightfully Hers” opens May 10 in the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, a collection of photographs and documents from the archives, complemented with a traveling exhibiton […] Read More

VIDEOS, SLIDES: Judges, Lawyers, & Women’s Suffrage: Recognizing the Men Who Stood with Women on the Front Lines

Gender Fairness Committee, New York State Courts, 3rd Judicial District

Era: Post-Suffrage Era, Suffrage Era | Media: Commentary, Panel Discussion, Scholarly Resarch, Slides, Speech, Video

On March 25, 2019, the Gender Fairness Committee of the 3d Judicial District of the New York State Unified Court System presented a panel at Albany Law School, titled “Judges, […] Read More

Library of Congress: Suffragists in Song

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Music, Scholarly Resarch, Web-based

The blog of the Library of Congress has highlighted its vast collection of suffrage sheet music in this blog post of March 25.  It begins: “Our colleague Cait Miller published […] Read More

AUDIO: NPR’s All Things Considered: Sally Roesch Wagner, Editor, New Anthology on Women’s Suffrage

Era: Post-Suffrage Era, Suffrage Era | Media: Author Interview, Book-Non-Fiction, Radio/Audio

Women’s historian Sally Roesch Wagner has edited a new Penguin Classics anthology of classical writing on the topic from a diverse array of suffragists. It’s titled, The Women’s Suffrage Movement, […] Read More

Ellen Carol DuBois in the Washington Post: “What Activists Today Can Learn from the Women’s Suffrage Movement”

Persistence and coalition-building are the keys to overcoming backlash

Era: Post-Suffrage Era, Suffrage Era | Media: Commentary, Newspapers, Web-based

UCLA Professor Emerita Ellen Carol DuBois contributed this commentary to the Washington Post on International Women’s Day 2019: “What Activists Today Can Learn From the Women’s Suffrage Movement.” She maintains, […] Read More

AJ 2019 Suffrage Issue

NEW RESEARCH AND VIDEO INTERVIEW: Linda Grasso, “Differently Radical: Suffrage Issues and Feminist Ideas in the Crisis and the Masses”

Women's Suffrage and the Media, American Journalism Special Issue, Spring 2019

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Academic Journal, Scholarly Resarch, Video, Web-based

Linda Grasso (CUNY-York) has taken a close look at the “differently radical” stances of the Crisis and the Masses, two radical periodicals of the early 20th century by examining the […] Read More