This course is offered online via the easy-to-use Zoom program.
2020 marked the centennial of the 19th amendment. In this course, we will explore the history of women’s suffrage in the United States, the constitutional framework within which the suffragists worked, and the continuing efforts to address women’s issues including voting, elected representation, and gender related public policy efforts.
Katherine Kidd, moderator, earned her PhD in international relations at the University of Pennsylvania. She directed the programs and taught in international studies at Sacred Heart and Fairfield Universities. International public health has been a longtime interest especially as issues of AIDS and TB affected countries in Central America, East Africa, and Russia where she fostered academic partnerships for decades.
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