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Catch up on the events of the Society of American Archivists annual meeting, held this week in the virtual realm. [via Society of American Archivists]...
Listen to reenactments of two articles that were published in the 1936 Smithsonian Annual Report as broadcast during The World Is Yours episode “Smithsonian Annual Report of Scientific Progress.”
Next Monday, the Smithsonian will celebrate its 174th anniversary. In honor of that day, I thought we could take a listen to a The World Is Yours episode on the Smithsonian’s Annual Report on Scientific Progress. Every year, the Smithsonian selects articles...
Each week, the Archives features a woman who has been a groundbreaker at the Smithsonian, past or present, in a series titled Wonderful Women Wednesday.
Now serving as curator emerita, Dr. Rayna Green was a curator with the Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s Division of Cultural and Community Life from 1986 to 2014. At the Museum, Green was the director of the American Indian Program and...
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As one of the first women to work in scientific illustration at the Smithsonian, Violet Dandridge made her mark at the United States National Museum.
August 2020 marks one hundred years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed American women the constitutional right to vote. In anticipation of the centennial celebration, I have been researching stories about women in science...
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