Who Decides? The History and Future of Monuments in New York City - Oct 9, 2018

Who Decides? The History and Future of Monuments in New York City

by Donna Thompson Ray

Who Decides? The History and Future of Monuments in New York City

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9th, 20187-9 PM

Martin Segal Theatre
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave. (34th St)

Call for Abstracts: A HERITAGE OF WAR, CONFLICT, AND COMMEMORATION

The journal Change Over Time: An International Journal of Conservation and the Built Environment, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press, invites submissions for the Fall 2019 issue.

 

A HERITAGE OF WAR, CONFLICT, AND COMMEMORATION

Guest Editor: William Chapman

Statues in Public Spaces of Historical Women in Kentucky

It was with great delight that we found out about the Lifetime Herstory Map - https://www.mylifetime.com/about-lifetimes-herstory-map-a-guide-to-americas-statues-of-women . Sadly, we saw that they only had one Kentucky woman monument on their map: Elizabeth Rogers in Berea, on Boone Street. She was the wife of Berea College principal, John A.R.

Breaking the Bronze Ceiling

Logo for the Breaking the Bronze Ceiling campaign in Lexington, Kentucky. Their goal is to have a monument in place - in a prominent downtown Lexington location - in 2020 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. See more about this initiative and get updates from their Facebook community page: https://www.facebook.com/breakingbronzeceiling/

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