Chicago Women's History, 1870 – 1930 | Newberry

Chicago Women's History, 1870 – 1930

Friday, December 5, 2014

9:30 am to 12:30 pm

Dr. Joan Johnson, Northeastern Illinois University
Wait list only
Newberry Teachers' Consortium

Between 1870 and 1930, Chicago was home to some of the nation’s most important women reformers, including Jane Addams, Frances Willard, and Ida B. Wells. Seminar participants will gain a deeper understanding of the lives and times of these influential Chicago women. This biographical approach uses their lives and writings to discuss issues including progressive reform, cross-class coalitions, legal equality, suffrage, racial uplift, and education.

Cost and Registration Information 

Registration for all Newberry Teachers’ Consortium seminars opens September 4, 2014.

For NTC registration information, please contact Charlotte Ross at rossc@newberry.org.