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.
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‘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.
On June 12, the weekly People’s Historians Online mini-class featured a conversation between Martha Jones and Tiffany Mitchell Patterson about Reconstruction and issues of citizenship, suffrage, and movement building in the 19th century. Read more about […]
On the eve of the 2020 U.S. elections, we asked experts for some of their insights on voting. Check out the full article in the Spring 2020 issue of Arts […]