National Collaborative for Women's History Sites National Collaborative for Women's History Sites http://ncwhs.org/index.php 2018-05-27T15:26:59-04:00 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management Welcome 2012-11-10T00:50:18-05:00 2012-11-10T00:50:18-05:00 http://ncwhs.org/index.php/154-uncategorised/199-welcome Michael Regoli ncwhs@regoli.net <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="font-size: medium;">The National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites (NCWHS) supports and promotes the preservation and interpretation of sites and locales that bear witness to women's participation in American life. The Collaborative makes women's contributions to history visible so that all women's experiences and potential are fully valued. Support our efforts by becoming a member. <a href="index.php/membership">Learn more &gt;</a></span></p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="font-size: medium;">The National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites (NCWHS) supports and promotes the preservation and interpretation of sites and locales that bear witness to women's participation in American life. The Collaborative makes women's contributions to history visible so that all women's experiences and potential are fully valued. Support our efforts by becoming a member. <a href="index.php/membership">Learn more &gt;</a></span></p></div> Our New Logo 2018-02-14T19:32:32-05:00 2018-02-14T19:32:32-05:00 http://ncwhs.org/index.php/136-news/315-ncwhs-new-logo Administrator regoli@indiana.edu <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/NCWHS-CompleteLogo-72dpi.jpg" border="0" alt="NCWHS New Logo" width="175" height="163" style="float: right; margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 5px;" />The National Collaborative for Women's History sites is pleased to unveil our new logo, masterfully designed by Linda Hinkle, of Johnstown, NY (the birthplace of <a href="https://www.nps.gov/wori/learn/historyculture/elizabeth-cady-stanton.htm">Elizabeth Cady Stanton</a>). The circle represents collaboration. The various sizes and positions of the spheres speak to and represent the diversity of women's history sites as well as their widespread geographical locations. The lines between them show the solid connections between the sites, and the collaborative circle is all shaped by the hand of a woman. We're excited to have a new logo that will help us with our upcoming marketing and branding efforts!</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/NCWHS-CompleteLogo-72dpi.jpg" border="0" alt="NCWHS New Logo" width="175" height="163" style="float: right; margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 5px;" />The National Collaborative for Women's History sites is pleased to unveil our new logo, masterfully designed by Linda Hinkle, of Johnstown, NY (the birthplace of <a href="https://www.nps.gov/wori/learn/historyculture/elizabeth-cady-stanton.htm">Elizabeth Cady Stanton</a>). The circle represents collaboration. The various sizes and positions of the spheres speak to and represent the diversity of women's history sites as well as their widespread geographical locations. The lines between them show the solid connections between the sites, and the collaborative circle is all shaped by the hand of a woman. We're excited to have a new logo that will help us with our upcoming marketing and branding efforts!</p></div> Let's Put Women's History Sites on the Map! 2017-12-09T09:44:50-05:00 2017-12-09T09:44:50-05:00 http://ncwhs.org/index.php/136-news/314-on-the-map Administrator regoli@indiana.edu <div class="feed-description"><p><iframe src="https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=1sruuS0eReqB0bzKwdRVYJytpaxs" width="640" height="480"></iframe></p> <p>In honor of the August 26, 2020 centennial celebration of women’s suffrage in the United States, NCWHS is leading the effort to develop a National Votes for Women Trail (NVWT).</p> <p>A committee of the NCWHS, the goal of the NVWT is to document the campaign for women’s suffrage that took place over more than seven decades and was conducted in parlors, churches, town halls, parks, union halls, and other community locations. Suffrage was indeed a national movement, involving rural as well as urban people, African Americans as well as European Americans, rich as well as middle class and working class, men as well as women.  </p> <p>The NVWT intends to both identify the many sites that were integral to the suffrage movement, and make them accessible on a mobile friendly website to be easily searched by location, suffragist, and a variety of other useful criteria. Our ultimate objective is to show how social change occurs, to honor the suffrage movement’s countless participants, and to inspire future generations to treasure their right to vote. The suffragists of our states certainly did their share, now let’s do ours!</p> <p>We are currently 27 states strong. If you would like to get involved, we welcome you! Please call or email NCWHS President, Marsha Weinstein today. (Phone: 502-819-2537; Email: <a href="mailto:mweinst413@gmail.com">mweinst413@gmail.com</a>.)</p> <p style="text-align: right;"><a href="index.php/projects/trails/293-votes-for-women-trail#help"><strong>What you can do to help &gt;</strong></a> </p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><iframe src="https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=1sruuS0eReqB0bzKwdRVYJytpaxs" width="640" height="480"></iframe></p> <p>In honor of the August 26, 2020 centennial celebration of women’s suffrage in the United States, NCWHS is leading the effort to develop a National Votes for Women Trail (NVWT).</p> <p>A committee of the NCWHS, the goal of the NVWT is to document the campaign for women’s suffrage that took place over more than seven decades and was conducted in parlors, churches, town halls, parks, union halls, and other community locations. Suffrage was indeed a national movement, involving rural as well as urban people, African Americans as well as European Americans, rich as well as middle class and working class, men as well as women.  </p> <p>The NVWT intends to both identify the many sites that were integral to the suffrage movement, and make them accessible on a mobile friendly website to be easily searched by location, suffragist, and a variety of other useful criteria. Our ultimate objective is to show how social change occurs, to honor the suffrage movement’s countless participants, and to inspire future generations to treasure their right to vote. The suffragists of our states certainly did their share, now let’s do ours!</p> <p>We are currently 27 states strong. If you would like to get involved, we welcome you! Please call or email NCWHS President, Marsha Weinstein today. (Phone: 502-819-2537; Email: <a href="mailto:mweinst413@gmail.com">mweinst413@gmail.com</a>.)</p> <p style="text-align: right;"><a href="index.php/projects/trails/293-votes-for-women-trail#help"><strong>What you can do to help &gt;</strong></a> </p></div> NCWHS at the 2017 Berkshire Conference 2017-06-19T10:21:06-04:00 2017-06-19T10:21:06-04:00 http://ncwhs.org/index.php/136-news/308-ncwhs-2017-berks Administrator regoli@indiana.edu <div class="feed-description"><h2>NCWHS Session on Historic Sites and Archives for Women’s History, Tour of Sagamore NHS, and Presentation by Stacy Cordery, biographer of Alice Roosevelt Longworth at the 2017 Berkshire Conference</h2> <p>Never been to the Berks (as it’s known)? Every three years the Berks brings together an international group of historians for a combination of rigorous scholarship and summer camp. Developed when women had scant access to the major history conferences, the Berks has fostered many historians’ lives and careers and is increasingly international. NCWHS has actively proposed sessions since 2008. NCWHS Board members who attended sat down to discuss the organization face-to-face there. </p> <p><img class="caption" src="images/Ncwhs-Berks-2017_1.jpg" border="0" alt="From left Nancy Hewitt Lucy Beard Camesha Scruggs Nupur Chaudhuri &amp; Lori Osborne at the Berks 2017 at Hofstra University New York (Photo by Heather Huyck)" title="From left Nancy Hewitt Lucy Beard Camesha Scruggs Nupur Chaudhuri &amp; Lori Osborne at the Berks 2017 at Hofstra University New York (Photo by Heather Huyck)" width="400" style="float: left; margin: 10px;" /></p> <p>This year, NCWHS proposed and developed a session “Powerful Women’s History Teaching Partnerships: Three Historic Sites and an Archive” for the 2017 <a href="https://berksconference.org/big-berks/">Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Gender and Sexualities</a> held at Hofstra University in Hempstead NY. Chaired by Nancy Hewitt, NCWHS Co-Chair, Research &amp; Interpretation, the audience heard from Lucy Beard from the Alice Paul Institute, Elizabeth DeMaria from <a href="https://www.nps.gov/sahi/index.htm">Sagamore Hill National Historic Site</a>, Heather Cole from the Theodore Roosevelt papers at Harvard University Library, and Sara Rzeszutek from St. Francis College, Brooklyn. </p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><h2>NCWHS Session on Historic Sites and Archives for Women’s History, Tour of Sagamore NHS, and Presentation by Stacy Cordery, biographer of Alice Roosevelt Longworth at the 2017 Berkshire Conference</h2> <p>Never been to the Berks (as it’s known)? Every three years the Berks brings together an international group of historians for a combination of rigorous scholarship and summer camp. Developed when women had scant access to the major history conferences, the Berks has fostered many historians’ lives and careers and is increasingly international. NCWHS has actively proposed sessions since 2008. NCWHS Board members who attended sat down to discuss the organization face-to-face there. </p> <p><img class="caption" src="images/Ncwhs-Berks-2017_1.jpg" border="0" alt="From left Nancy Hewitt Lucy Beard Camesha Scruggs Nupur Chaudhuri &amp; Lori Osborne at the Berks 2017 at Hofstra University New York (Photo by Heather Huyck)" title="From left Nancy Hewitt Lucy Beard Camesha Scruggs Nupur Chaudhuri &amp; Lori Osborne at the Berks 2017 at Hofstra University New York (Photo by Heather Huyck)" width="400" style="float: left; margin: 10px;" /></p> <p>This year, NCWHS proposed and developed a session “Powerful Women’s History Teaching Partnerships: Three Historic Sites and an Archive” for the 2017 <a href="https://berksconference.org/big-berks/">Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Gender and Sexualities</a> held at Hofstra University in Hempstead NY. Chaired by Nancy Hewitt, NCWHS Co-Chair, Research &amp; Interpretation, the audience heard from Lucy Beard from the Alice Paul Institute, Elizabeth DeMaria from <a href="https://www.nps.gov/sahi/index.htm">Sagamore Hill National Historic Site</a>, Heather Cole from the Theodore Roosevelt papers at Harvard University Library, and Sara Rzeszutek from St. Francis College, Brooklyn. </p> </div>