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Spiritualists and Suffragists: An Evening at Lily Dale

Women's Day with Tent.

September 28, 2019   7 p.m.
Bough House Restaurant
1 Melrose Park, Lily Dale, NY 14752

Join UB Gender Institute Director Carrie Bramen as she hosts an evening at the historic Lily Dale Spiritualist community, to learn about how famous nineteenth-century Spiritualists and Suffragists convened at Lily Dale to advocate for women’s rights. On the eve of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, when women gained the right to vote, this event will look at the role a small Spiritualist community in rural Western New York played in women’s reform movements nationally.  The evening will begin with a dinner buffet at the new Bough House Restaurant in the heart of the village, followed by a historical re-enactment performance by the Lily Dale Women’s Event Committee. There will be a curated exhibit of artifacts for display of women's rights in Chautauqua County. The evening will conclude with a demonstration of mediumship.    Cost including dinner: $35    Register here.

2018-2019 Lecture Series: On Misogyny

Moya Bailey.

Moya Bailey

On Misogynoir
 October 3, 2019
4:00-6:00 pm
509 O'Brian, Norh Campus


For the full schedule of our Fall 2019 events, take a look at our newsletter. Look for hard copies in mailboxes as the semester begins!

Welcome Hilary Vandenbark, incoming Graduate Assistant at the UB Gender Institute!


Hilary Vandenbark will join the UB Gender Institute as its Graduate Assistant in summer 2019. Hilary is a PhD candidate in Global Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University at Buffalo. Her research examines state responses to sexual violence in the context of social movements, such as RISE and #MeToo. She has taught undergraduate courses on Gender-Based Violence, Feminist Theory, and Controlling Reproduction. Previously, she worked with the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women to produce a report on local women in government as well as assist with events regarding domestic and teen dating violence. Hilary recently graduated as a Women and Public Policy Fellow from the Center for Women in Government and Civil Society, Rockefeller College, SUNY Albany.