Q&A with Suffrage Historian Dr. Allison Lange

Is there a question you would love to ask a suffrage historian for your history project? Then join the National Women’s History Museum for a Q&A with Dr. Allison Lange on the woman suffrage movement in the United States on Thursday, December 7th at 3:30pm EST. This free, digital interview is for middle and high school students working on a National History Day or other research project. Between now and December 3rd you can email your questions to history@womenshistory.org. There will also be time during the Q&A to ask Dr. Lange questions.

To submit a question and sign up to receive the log in information email history@womenshistory.org.

Spaces are limited. To ensure the most students possible can participate groups are asked to watch together.

If you are unable to attend, you can still submit questions. The entire Q&A will be posted online at www.crusadeforthevote.org/educational-resources.

To explore our suffrage resources, visit www.crusadeforthevote.org.

 

About Dr. Lange

Allison Lange received her PhD in history from Brandeis University and is an assistant professor at the Wentworth Institute of Technology. Her research has been supported by institutions including the National Endowment for the Humanities, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Library of Congress. She also works as a public historian with the National Women’s History Museum and the Boston Public Library’s Leventhal Map Center. Lange is currently completing a book on the images that activists used to advocate for (and against) woman suffrage in the United States. Learn more at www.allisonklange.com.