Suffrage Transcribathon

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
3 pm–6 pm
Alexander Library, Digital Humanities Lab

Contact:

Francesca Giannetti

Join us to celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment and Elizabeth Cady Stanton's 204th birthday by helping the Library of Congress transcribe the personal papers of American suffragists, including Mary Church Terrell, Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt, Anna E. Dickinson, & Elizabeth Cady Stanton! Bring a laptop and meet in the Digital Humanities Lab (Room 406-407) of Alexander Library.

Featuring a talk by Professor Emerita Ann Gordon (Historian & Editor of the Stanton & Anthony Papers) at 3pm, and birthday cake!

Learn more about this crowdsourcing effort at https://crowd.loc.gov/topics/suffrage-women-fight-for-the-vote/ 

Sponsored by the Rutgers Digital Humanities Initiative and the History Department/Public History Program

Alexander Library
Digital Humanities Lab