Castleton faculty from the History, Geography, Economics, and Politics Department will provide insight into the history of women and politics from 1800 to the present.
Associate Professor and Global Studies Program Coordinator Adam Chill: “A Transatlantic Sisterhood: Anti-Slavery and Feminism in the Early Nineteenth Century”
Associate Professor Andre Fleche: “Race and the Right to Vote: The Politics of the Early Suffrage Movement”
Professor and Political Science Program Coordinator Rich Clark: “The Gender Gap and Electoral Consequences”
Professor and History Program Coordinator Trish van der Spuy will moderate the panel discussion.