Picturing Women: The Visual Politics of the Woman Suffrage Movement


(February 28, 2013)
This talk by 2012 – 2013 William H. Helfand Visual Culture Fellow Allison Lange discussed how images became powerful political tools for suffragists and their opponents, and the ways in which reformers used pictures to transform conceptions of gender and reimagine womanhood during the nineteenth century.
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