Lisa Tetrault. The Myth of Seneca Falls: Memory and the Women's Suffrage Movement, 1848-1898. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2014.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Book-Academic, Book-Non-Fiction
This book by historian Lisa Tetrault tackles what she calls the “myth” of the famous 1848 Seneca Falls convention. Here’s a summary of the book: The story of how the […] Read More
Nicole Evelina. "Madame Presidentess." Maryland Heights: Lawson Gartner Publishing, 2016.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Book-Fiction
Madame Presidentess is a work of historical fiction about Victoria Woodhull, the suffrage activist and first woman to run for president—in 1872. Here’s a summary of the novel about Woodhull: […] Read More
Claire Voon. "Rare Stash of British Suffrage Movement Posters Goes on Display." Hyperallergic.com. February 26, 2018.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Cartoons, Posters, Web-based
The art and culture news site Hyperallergic published a piece featuring Cambridge University’s discovery of British suffrage movement posters meant to rally support for women’s voting rights. Author Claire Voon writes: […] Read More
Zoe Nicholson. "Tea With Alice & Me." Wild West Women, Inc.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Theatre
“Tea With Alice & Me” is a one-woman performance by author and activist Zoe Nicholson that spotlights the life of Alice Paul, a leading suffragist who used civil disobedience tactics […] Read More
Zoe Nicholson. "Miss Alice Paul." Missalicepaul.com.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Film, Radio/Audio, Theatre, Video, Web-based
This website on suffrage activist Alice Paul was created by author and activist Zoe Nicholson (who is also the creator of the performance “Tea With Alice & Me“.) It features […] Read More
Gary L. Lemons. Womanist Forefathers Frederick Douglass and W. E. B. Du Bois. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2009.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Book-Non-Fiction
In Womanist Forefathers: Frederick Douglass and W. E. B. Du Bois, scholar Gary L. Lemons uses the memoirs and political writing of Douglass and Du Bois to explore their progressive politics on women’s […] Read More