MAXCNY Lunch and Lecture Series
Syracuse University Warehouse Building
MAXCNY Lunch and Lecture Series 2012 "Rethinking the Seneca Falls Convention" The first women’s rights convention in the world took place in Seneca Falls, New York. Based on her new biography of abolitionist, feminist, and Quaker minister Lucretia Mott, Associate Professor of History Carol Faulkner explores the distinctive historical context that inspired the women’s rights movement. Lucretia Mott’s travels in central and western New York in the summer of 1848 show surprising connections between women’s rights and other social and political movements. Join us to learn more about this important piece of central New York history! Guest speaker Carol Faulkner Associate Professor and Chair of the History Department Monday, March 5, 2012 12:00 to 1:30 pm The Syracuse University Warehouse The Warehouse, Suite 405 350 West Fayette Street Syracuse, NY 13244-3050 RSVP no later than Thursday, March 1 at 5:00 pm Please click here to register Lunch is $12 and payable at the door by cash or check (made out to MAXCNY). Students are welcome to attend at half price; see transportation options below. Alumni and students are welcome to bring guests to the MAXCNY lectures.
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