Women in Dialogue presents Emily Hess
Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Women in Dialogue presents
The Civil War: Nurses, Wives, Soldiers, Spies
Join us for coffee, tea, and treats!
*Free of Charge
Bring a friend or two!
Thursday, March 21st, 10am
Archaeology Room in the Administration Building
The Civil War is the most significant event in American history and for good reason. Besides halting the secessionist movement, the American Civil War provided a new birth of freedom to four million enslaved African Americans. In addition to its political and economic significance, the Civil War had a tremendous impact on women overall, generating new roles and aspirations for greater public responsibilities and equal rights.
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When & Where
Ashland Theological Seminary
The Wesley Book Study is representative of a partnership between Ashland Theological Seminary (ATS) and the East Ohio Conference, The United Methodist Church (EOC-UMC). It is sponsored by the Racial-Ethnic Ministries Division of the EOC Connectional Ministries. The administrators of the project are Paul Chilcote, PhD, Dean of ATS and Gloria Brown, PhD, Director of Racial-Ethnic Ministries for the EOC-UMC.