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, 2018–A Forgotten Partnership: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Native American Communities. Presented by Dr. Thomas Lappas, Professor, Nazareth College
Oct. 22, 2018– Lucy Stone and the American Woman Suffrage Association: The Other Half of the Story. Barbara Berenson, author SOLD OUT
Nov. 5, 2018–History of How and Why Racism is Imbedded in America’s DNA. Robert Richane, Instructor, Oasis
Dec. 3, 2018–Inez Milholland, Suffrage Crusader. Sandra Weber, author
Jan. 14, 2019–Frederick Douglass and Ireland—Then and Now. Dr. Timothy Madigan, Professor & Chair, Department of Philosophy & Classical Studies, Saint John Fisher College
March 18, 2019–The Role of Black Women in Reconstruction-Era Political Campaigns, Dr. Justin Behrends, Associate Professor & Chair, History, SUNY Geneseo
May 6, 2019–Catherine E. Beecher and the Cult of Domesticity. Denise Munson, Esq.
June 3, 2019–Martha 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.