There is no Frigate Like a Book:  Reading in Mid-Nineteenth America

There is no Frigate Like a Book: Reading in Mid-Nineteenth America

Don't miss this illustrated talk by Thomas Wortham, PhD, former chairman of the UCLA English Department.

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Victoria Woodhull:  Phoenix Rising

Victoria Woodhull: Phoenix Rising

September 13: Dangerous Voices: Issues that Run Counter to Social Etiquette and Mores



Cindy Safranoff, author of Crossing Swords: Mary Baker Eddy vs. Victoria Claflin Woodhull and the Battle for the Soul of Marriage

Phyllis Pratt Thompson, lecturer, Harvard University

Linda Schlossberg, assistant professor, Harvard University

Cari Carpenter, associate professor, West Virginia University and author of  The Unsolved Riddle: Selected Writings of Victoria Woodhull, Suffrage, Free Love and Eugenics

Doors open at 7 ~ Program begins promptly at 7:30

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Program is presented  in partnership with Denison University; faculty/staff/students are invited to attend free of charge.

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