OPINION, QUIZ: “How Women Got the Vote”

By Keith Williams, New York Times, June 4, 2019

Era: Post-Suffrage Era, Suffrage Era | Media: Newspapers

  To test your knowledge of women’s suffrage vote history, the New York Times has an interactive 10-question quiz you can reach from the link. Its creator, Keith Williams, won […] Read More

The Atlantic: Votes for Women Portal

Atlantic Magazine, created June 4, 2019

Era: Post-Suffrage Era, Suffrage Era | Media: Magazines, Web-based

“Votes for Women” is the title Atlantic magazine has given to its home page for articles during the suffrage centennial period. All the articles in the package are here. Here’s a table […] Read More

PODCAST: The Daily Signal’s “Problematic Women” on the Suffrage Centennial

Interview with Heritage Foundation Kay Coles James, who is a member of the US Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission

Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Interview, Radio/Audio

Kay Coles James President of The Heritage Foundation   On the Heritage Foundation site is this podcast interview with Kay Coles James, the Heritage Foundation’s president and a member of […] Read More

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OPINION: New York Times, “The Crooked Path to Women’s Suffrage

The Senate Ratified the Nineteenth Amendment a Century Ago. What Took So Long?" June 4, 2019

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

Professor Susan Schulten of the University of Denver contributed this opinion piece to the New York Times. She is the author of A History of America in 100 Maps, published […] Read More

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ARTICLE: “Whitman, Melville & Julia Ward Howe: A Tale of Three Bicentennials

By Elaine Showalter, New York Review of Books, May 27, 2019

Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Magazines, Music, Poetry, Web-based

May 27, 2019 For the New York Review of Books, author Elaine Showalter writes of the three literary bicentennials of 2019 and the excursions, conferences and exhibitions mounted to celebrate […] Read More

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“The Forgotten Suffragists”

How the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment is being remembered and how, for decades, it was not. HUMANITIES, Spring 2019, Volume 40, Number 2

Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Academic Journal, Government Document, Web-based

Kimberly A. Hamlin (@professorhamlin), an NEH Public Scholar and associate professor of history and American Studies at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, wrote for the Spring 2019 issue of Humanities, […] Read More