The original version of this post appeared here on June 19, 2017, by NYU. Women’s Suffrage and the Media,” an online database and resource site launched this month, includes primary and secondary sources that chronicle and examine the suffrage movement as portrayed in news, propaganda, advertising, entertainment, and other aspects of public life. The database, hosted by New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute and conceived by NYU journalism professor Brooke Kroeger and a group of American Journalism Historians Association members, aims to serve a diverse group of users—from middle schoolers and life-long learners to academic researchers and journalists. […]
GLENS FALLS – A program celebrating the 1916 presidential campaign of Glens Falls native Charles Evans Hughes is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at The Hyde Collection, 161 Warren St. in Glens Falls. Exactly 100 years ago, Hughes — a former New York governor and U.S. Supreme Court justice — ran against, and was narrowly defeated by, incumbent President Woodrow Wilson. Hughes, the Republican Party’s nominee, will be portrayed by biographer William Loughrey, who will talk about Hughes’s career during an interview with Saratogian reporter Paul Post. After the 1916 election, Hughes later became U.S. Secretary of State and was […]
By Roger Green October 10, 2016 The Times Union The New York State Museum will be offering a six-week lecture/discussion series on Presidential campaign history at every Thursday, 6 to 8 pm, from October 13 until November 17. The discussion is being led by local author Giacomo Calabria, and it is sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities. The series is free, open to the public, and you are most welcome to join! You can find the full details, including links to the syllabus here. Please register with Nicole LaFountain at email@example.com or call (518) 474-0575. “This series […]
Gwendolyn Craig, The Citizen • Jim Brady and Mickey Belosi, of Auburn, took a trip to New York City. On their itinerary was a stop in Harlem to walk in the footsteps of an author influencing a six-week, ongoing discussion nearly 30 years after he died — James Baldwin.
Roslyn Bernstein, The Huffington Post • These days, the SoHo art galleries, or at least most of them, can be found in Chelsea and SoHo artists, the ones who have not cashed out and relocated, in their lofts on the floors above the clothing stores that replaced the galleries. Most artists are now in their 70s and 80s. Many have children who have moved to Williamsburg or Park Slope or Red Hook in Brooklyn or abandoned New York City as it\’s too expensive, choosing to settle elsewhere in California or in the Midwest.