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"Beyond Suffrage" Live Q&A with OAH Lecturer Susan Goodier
As part of Weber State's "Beyond Suffrage" programming, OAH Distinguished Lecturer Susan Goodier will engage in a 45-minute Live Q&A session based on her OAH lecture "Suffrage and Anti-Suffrage Through Political Cartoons."

This OAH Lecture is hosted by Weber State University's Stewart Library Special Collections Department and the Museums of Union Station.

Sep 23, 2020 06:30 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Susan Goodier
Lecturer of History @SUNY Oneonta
Susan Goodier studies U.S. women’s activism, particularly woman suffrage activism, from 1840 to 1920. She did her graduate work at SUNY at Albany, earning a master’s degree in Gender History and a doctorate in Public Policy History, with subfields in International Gender and Culture and Black Women’s Studies. She returned for a second master’s degree in Women’s Studies, focusing on transnational women’s movements. At SUNY Oneonta she teaches courses in Women’s History, New York State History, Civil War and Reconstruction, and Progressivism. Goodier has served as a public scholar for Humanities NY and continues to speak to audiences about black and white women and suffrage activism. The University of Illinois published her first book, No Votes for Women: The New York State Anti-Suffrage Movement, in 2013. Her most recent book, “Women Will Vote: Winning Suffrage in New York State” (2017), coauthored with Karen Pastorello, helped mark the centennial of women voting in the state.