Picturing Political Power: Images in the Women's Suffrage Movement

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In this virtual lecture, Allison K. Lange, author and assistant professor of history at Wentworth Institute of Technology, analyzes gender, images, and political power from the founding of the United States to the passage of the nineteenth amendment in 1920. She examines the ways that suffragists used images throughout their campaign to counter powerful opponents. The suffragists’ innovative visual campaigns laid the foundations for modern ones, and the visual themes from this historical debate are still familiar today.

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