Women Who Mentor: Laurel Miller, Interpretive Exhibits Manager, Draper Spark!Lab, National Museum of American History
Re-Imagining the Historic House Museum: A Workplace for Women
In recent years, discussions about the future of the historic house museum have ebbed and flowed. A watershed moment may have occurred with the May
Turns Out Well-Behaved Women Do Make History
We’ve all seen the above phrase plastered on bumper stickers, key chains, and mugs, right? That famous slogan comes from women’s history pioneer
5 Ways to Get a Woman Out of the Kitchen
When I first came to the Doak House Museum in Greeneville, Tennessee, one of my first tasks was to learn the tour script. The couple who built the
Women’s History Was Everywhere at AASLH2015
From learning about Maggie Bailey, Kentucky bootlegger, to visiting the Old Armory Building where Ida B. Wells spoke to the National Association of
Hang Out With the Ladies at the AASLH Annual Meeting
The AASLH Women’s History Affinity Group is very excited to make its first public appearance at the 2015 Annual Meeting in Louisville. Herp’s a
Why Should it Matter if We Have Women on U.S. Currency?
Take a moment to open up your wallet, and look closely at the paper bills and coins contained within. What common features do you notice? There are
Are You Ready to Remember the Ladies?
Welcome! Since launching this year for Women’s History Month, we’ve been hard at work formalizing our structure and communications to the group,