Everybody knows, there’s nobody like a Jersey girl. The Hoboken Historical Museum has announced that this weekend, a new lecture series on exceptional Garden State women will begin streaming online.
The series commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote in the United States. It kicks off Sunday, September 13th, at 4:00pm.
The opening talk will be by NYU professor & author Linda Gordon about Dorothea Lange. Lange, a legendary photographer & documentarian—best known for her work during the Depression—was born right in Hoboken in 1895.
The rest of the series is as follows:
- Sunday 9/13 – Dorothea Lange: A Life Beyond Limits, by NYU Professor Linda Gordon
- Sunday, 10/4* – The Richest Woman in the World, Hetty Green in the Gilded Age, by Janet Wallach
- Sunday, 10/18 – Millicent Fenwick, Her Way, by Amy Schapiro
- Saturday, 11/7 – The Mysterious Death of Mary Rogers, by Amy Gilman Srebnick
- Sunday, 11/15 – Martha & Caroline Stevens, by Eileen Lynch
- Sunday, 11/22 – Anne Ryan: Her Art and Life, by Nancy Nikkal
- Sunday, 12/6 – NJ Women Poets Make History, with readings by 6 NJ poets
- Sunday, 12/13 – An Interview with Maria Pepe
To learn more about the lecture series—and about the Hoboken Historical Museum—be sure to visit their website.
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*Events marked by asterisk are online-only, and do not permit live attendance.