Monday Lecture Series
Lunch – 12 noon / Tea – 2pm
The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House proudly presents another year of exciting, informative, and inspirational lectures on topics related to the life, work, family, friends, and legacy of Susan B. Anthony.
Originally called the Lunch & Lecture Series, the program has grown in popularity and demand, resulting in the addition of an informal tea presentation.
The programs take place in the Carriage House behind our Visitor Center. Catering for the lunch is provided by Plunkett’s Fabulous Foods. Light refreshments are served for the 2pm tea.
The luncheon program costs $25 or subscribe to the entire series for $250
The tea costs $15 each or subscribe to the entire series for $150.
Register online or call 585-279-7490 ext 10.
September 26, 2016: Norman K. Dann, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Morrisville State College, and author
Ballots, Bloomers, and Marmalade – The Life of Elizabeth Smith Miller
October 3, 2016: Dr. Paul B. Moyer, Professor of Early American History, the College at Brockport
Jemima Wilkinson and Religion in Revolutionary America
November 7, 2016: Dr. Jennifer Lloyd, Associate Professor Emerita, The College at Brockport
Lydia Folger Fowler, Phrenologist for Suffrage
December 5, 2016: Alida Brill, author
Dear Princess Grace, Dear Betty Friedan: A Memoir
January 23, 2017: Christine Ridarsky, Rochester City Historian
Kicking Off 2017 – The New York Woman Suffrage Centennial
February 27, 2017: Jane Oakes, MA
The Ladies of Rochester’s Central Medical College, 1850-1852
March 13, 2017: Andreas Meyris, PhD candidate, the George Washington University
Eleanor Roosevelt and the Democratic Process
April 3, 2017: Dr. Jean Elisabeth Pedersen, Associate Professor of History, Eastman School of Music
Susan B. Anthony, Transatlantic Travel, and the International Council of Women
May 22, 2017: Dr. Alison Parker, Professor of History, the College at Brockport
Mary Church Terrell: A Black Woman’s Perspective on Suffrage and Civil Rights
June 19, 2017: Dr. Nancy A. Hewitt, Emeritus Professor of History and Women’s Studies, Rutgers University
Orchestrating Change: Amy Kirby Post and Woman’s Rights, 1828-1888