Conference, Online Event Conference Session 4 of 5: Is She Disqualified From Voting? Register registration required at no cost 15 October 2020.Thursday, 1:30PM - 3:40PM This is an online program Corinne T. Field, University of Virginia; Nicole Etcheson, Ball State University; Kara W. Swanson, Northeastern University School of Law; Rabia S. Belt, Stanford Law School Comment: Paula Austin, Boston University Image entitled /2012/juniper/assets/section37/Seminars_2020-21/cfp_image.jpg

This is the fourth session of the virtual 2020 Conrad E. Wright Research Conference, "'Shall Not Be Denied': The 15th and 19th Amendments at the Sesquicentennial and Centennial of Their Ratifications."

This panel discussion will consider four pre-circulated essays: Corinne T. Field's “Turning Ridicule into Respect: Old Women and Leadership in the Long Women’s Suffrage Movement, 1850-1920,” Nicole Etcheson's “‘When Women Do Military Duty’: Women Suffrage and the Civil War Era,” Kara W. Swanson's, “Inventing Voters: Ability, Patents, and Civil Rights, 1870-1920,” and Rabia S. Belt's “Disability and the Struggle for Voting Rights.”

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