Reading Together: The Many Voices of Women's Suffrage with Heidi K. Weber
Whitridge Room | open to the public | $50 for the set of three sessions or $20 per session | registration required
Whenever change happens, reading fiction and nonfiction in combination – “BookBundles” – can be a great way to gain understanding and participate in a new conversation. In connection with the new exhibition Women Get the Vote: A Historic Look at the 19th Amendment, this seminar offers three BookBundle-based discussions, exploring cultural questions raised by women’s suffrage and still debated today. Each session considers books from different decades and/or genres that tackle an issue, concern, or viewpoint highlighted in the fight for the 19th Amendment.
Heidi K. Weber is a reader, writer, life strategist, and certified coach who leads The5 Book Club, presents webinars, and writes about the BookBundle Method at TheLiterarySalon.com.
- February 26: Elaine Weiss, The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote (2018) with Roxane Gay, Bad Feminist: Essays (2014)
- March 26: Angela Carter, The Bloody Chamber (1979) with Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper (1892)
- April 30: Johanna Neuman, Gilded Suffragists: The New York Socialites who Fought for Women's Right to Vote (2017) with Nella Larsen, Passing (1929)
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