Women in the Lives of Wilson, Jefferson, and Twain
“Emerging from the Shadows: Women in the Lives of Wilson, Jefferson and Twain” was a panel at the 4th annual Tucson Festival of Books in the Henry Koffler Building on the campus of the University of Arizona.
Authors talked about their books about the women in the lives of Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, and Mark Twain. The panel was moderated by Professor Judy Nolte Temple. They also responded to questions from members of the audience.
“Emerging from the Shadows: Women in the Lives of Wilson, Jefferson and Twain” was a panel at the 4th annual Tucson Festival of Books in the Henry Koffler Building on the campus of the University of Arizona. close
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Kristie Miller Research Associate University of Arizona->Southwest Center
Virginia J. Scharff Professor University of New Mexico->History Department
Judy Nolte Temple Professor University of Arizona->Department of Gender and Women's Studies
Laura Skandera Trombley President Pitzer College
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