Film, Video Women's Activism and Social Change: Documenting the Lives of Margaret Sanger and Jane Addams
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- Women's Activism and Social Change: Documenting the Lives of Margaret Sanger and Jane Addams
- Ester Katz, editor-in-chief of the Margaret Sanger Papers Project at the New York University, and Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, editor-in-chief of the Jane Addams Papers Project at Duke University, were the featured speakers at the Women's History Month program.
- Event Date
- March 24, 2003
- - Mary Bryan is editor of the Jane Addams Papers in the Department of History at Duke University and led the team of editors that produced "The Jane Addams Papers: A Comprehensive Guide." She is also coeditor, with Allen F. Davis, of "100 Years at Hull-House" and former curator of the Jane Addams Hull-House at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Esther Katz is the director and editor of the Margaret Sanger Papers Project and adjunct associate professor of history at New York University. She is the coeditor of "Women's Experience in America" and the author of numerous articles on Sanger and women's history.
- Running Time
- 1 hours 35 minutes 21 seconds
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