Beverly Wendland, dean of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, and Senator Barbara Mikulski, Homewood Professor at Johns Hopkins, have launched a university-wide initiative to recognize the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. The year-long commemoration, which culminates on August 26th, will include partnerships with Baltimore cultural institutions, art exhibitions, special courses, and events.
In honor of Election Day, Hopkins at Home partnered with the Alumni Association, Volunteer Leadership, Hopkins Votes, and JHU’s Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration to create an Election Day video montage […]
Please join the School of Medicine’s Office of Faculty, the Office of Women in Science and Medicine, and Johns Hopkins’ Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration for the 19th Annual Mary Elizabeth Garrett Lectureship featuring Elaine Weiss, […]
‘Rally for Votes: An Interactive 360 Video Experience’ will premiere virtually at the SNF Parkway Theatre. To learn more about how three Hopkins graduate students created this using expanded reality […]
Back in February, the team from Amended, a new podcast by Humanities New York exploring the history of the women’s suffrage movement, visited Homewood to interview Martha S. Jones, the […]
The Johns Hopkins Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives debuts a new virtual exhibit on August 26, 100 years after the passage of the 19th Amendment. You can access the exhibit […]
The Fall Odyssey catalog includes a Perspective titled, “Value the Vote: Commemorating the Women’s Suffrage Centennial.” This perspective meets on Wednesdays, Sept 16-Oct 7, 6:30PM-8:00PM. In these four sessions, we […]
Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries Special Collections has produced digital downloads of two artifacts within their collection on women’s suffrage. The Washington Women’s Cook Book, published in 1909, and the British […]
by Kathleen Waters Sander August 26, 2020 marks “Women’s Equality Day,” the centennial of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution giving women the right to vote. […]
The Peabody Institute has produced an online exhibit on one of the most notable women in its history, May Garrettson Evans. After beginning her career in 1888 as the first […]
Sheridan Libraries’ Special Collections Freshmen Fellow, Ivy Xun, recently wrote a blog about her research with the Women’s Suffrage Collection. You can check out her blog post here.