“Women in Politics: Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunities” Lecture Program (March 23, 1990)

As part of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association’s (SEWSA) series of events for 1990, author and scholar Ellen Goodman spoke at Roanoke College in Virginia. The topics discussed by Goodman included: public affairs and women’s representation in American politics.



The lecture was also part of the Henry H. Fowler Public Affairs Lecture Series and the evening concluded with a question and answer session, wherein audience members could provide Goodman with questions by filling out a card in the program (see linked pdf) and remove said card, which would be picked up and passed along to Goodman.

Women in Politics: Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunities Program

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