Worcester Women’s History Project 21st Annual Meeting

Thursday, October 27, 2016, Worcester Historical Museum, 30 Elm Street, Worcester
  • 5:30 pm Hear a review of what we have been doing the past year and help plan for the future. Elect new Officers, Steering Committee members & Nominating Committee members. 
  • 6:15 pm Networking and Refreshments 
  • 6:30 pm “The History and Culture of Northeast Native American Women” with Christine M. DeLucia, Assistant Professor of History at Mount Holyoke College 

Prof. DeLucia teaches courses on The American Peoples to 1865; Native American History; Violence in Early North America; Homelands and New Worlds; Cartography and Exploration in North America; and The Atlantic World. Education: Ph.D. in American Studies (2012), M.Phil. in American Studies (2010), M.A. in History (2009), Yale University; M.Litt. in Environ-mental History (2007), University of St. Andrews, Scotland; A.B. in History and Literature (2006), Harvard College. 

DeLucia has published articles in The Journal of American History; Studies in American Indian Literatures; Re-thinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice; and Common-place. Her first book, The Memory Frontier: Memorializing King Philip's War in the Native Northeast is under contract with Yale University Press. 

Prof. DeLucia’s research has received support from the John Carter Brown Library, American Antiquarian Society, Massachusetts Historical Society and others. 

Open To The Public

Published Date: 
September 18, 2016