The Public Research Fellows Virtual Series will host “The Fight to Vote: Engaging the Public in Suffrage Past, Present, and Future,” a panel discussion featuring students, faculty, and activists as they talk about their work in the inaugural 2019-2020 year of the Public Research Fellows program, on Thursday, October 1, 6-7 p.m. Use this link to attend.
As we look ahead to November, voting rights have never been a more important part of the national conversation. But what are the best ways to engage the public on this vital issue? And how can academic work make a real difference in how we understand the history of the vote and its meaning today? Join us for a conversation on suffrage movements, voting rights, and the role the public humanities can play in widening the scope of academic research today.
For more information contact Molly Hiro, English, at firstname.lastname@example.org.