My piece, "Transatlantic Freethinker, Feminist, and Pacifist: Ernestine Rose in the 1870s," has been published as the lead article in Forging Bonds Across Borders: Transatlantic Collaborations for Women's Rights and Social Justice in the Long Nineteenth Century in the Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, Supplement 13 (2017), pp. 17-33. You can access it here
My talk on Ernestine Rose, cancelled because of Tuesday's snowstorm, will now be on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 in Room 9206 at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, between 34th and 35th Streets. (If you saw a previous notice about April 12, that has changed, since it was during the Spring Break.)
Some books will be available for sale and if you bring a copy of course I will autograph it. Books can be ordered from my website, bonnieanderson.com.
A panel on the mobilization of Jewish women throughout U.S. history, chaired by Bari Weiss of The Wall Street Journal and including Lynn Povich, author of The Good Girls Revolt, Rebecca Traister, author of All the Single Ladies, and Bonnie Anderson, author of The Rabbi's Atheist Daughter. Books will be available for sale.
Due to the impending blizzard, the Graduate Center will be closed on March 14th. The talk will be rescheduled and I will post the new date as soon as I have it.
A free event, hosted by the Women's Studies Program in Room 9205. The Graduate Center is on the east of Fifth Avenue between 34th and 35th streets. I will be speaking about my book. A limited number of books will be available for sale, but you can also buy it ahead of time and I will be happy to autograph it.
The American Historical Association is featuring me this week! It describes how I became a historian, how I developed my speciality in Women's History, and how I came to write The Rabbi's Atheist Daughter. You can go to their site at blog.historians.org