Monday Lecture Series 2018-2019

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The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House proudly presents the 16th season of its popular Monday Lecture Series.

This season’s line-up features eight guest speakers covering a range of topics inspired by the life, work, and legacy of Susan B. Anthony.

 

Sept. 24, 2018A Forgotten Partnership: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Native American Communities. Presented by Dr. Thomas Lappas, Professor, Nazareth College

Oct. 22, 2018Lucy Stone and the American Woman Suffrage Association: The Other Half of the Story. Barbara Berenson, author 

Nov. 5, 2018History of How and Why Racism is Imbedded in America’s DNA. ​Robert Richane, Instructor, Oasis

Dec. 3, 2018Inez Milholland, Suffrage Crusader. Sandra Weber, author  

Jan. 14, 2019Frederick Douglass and Ireland—Then and Now. Dr. Timothy Madigan, Professor & Chair, Department of Philosophy & Classical Studies, Saint John Fisher College

March 18, 2019The Role of Black Women in Reconstruction-Era Political Campaigns, Dr. Justin Behrends, Associate Professor & Chair, History, SUNY Geneseo

May 6, 2019Catherine E. Beecher and the Cult of Domesticity. Denise Munson, Esq.

June 3, 2019Martha Taylor Howard, Savior of 17 Madison Street. ​Dr. Jenny Lloyd, History Professor Emerita, The College at Brockport 

Each presentation is offered in our Carriage House as a noon luncheon ($35 individual reservation) or 2pm informal tea ($20 individual reservation). PLEASE NOTE: All Teas are SOLD OUT, but there are still a limited number of seats available for the Luncheons.

Space is limited. Purchase your reservation today online here or call 585-279-7490.