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Dressing Up: The Women Who Influenced French Fashion

Wealthy American women—as consumers and as influencers—helped shape French couture of the late nineteenth century. About this event Join us for a conversation with Elizabeth L. Block, PhD, author of […]

2022 Emerging Scholars – Deadline for Proposals

The Victorian Society New York invites university student historians and recent graduates to submit proposals by March 14, 2022, for its annual “Emerging Scholars” evening event on May 16, 2022. […]

In-Person Tour – Ethel Reed: I Am My Own Property

About this event An in-person curator-led tour of a new exhibit at Poster House in Manhattan, Ethel Reed: I Am My Own Property. Angelina Lippert, Poster House's chief curator, will lead […]

Beyond the Gilded Age: Gold in America

John Stuart Gordon, curator of Yale University Art Gallery's Gold in America: Artistry, Memory, Power About this event Gold’s warm glow, resistance to corrosion, and rarity have made it a […]

Back Number Budd – In Person Talk

An African American Innovator in the Old Newspaper Business About this event Victorian New Yorkers and their institutions did not consider old newspapers valuable and did not reliably save them. […]

55th Annual Meeting – In Person!

  All are welcome at the Victorian Society New York Annual Meeting, Awards Showcase and reception! Tickets include a one-year membership. About this event IN PERSON Presentation & Reception The […]

In-Person Lecture: The Divorce Colony

How Women Revolutionized Marriage and Found Freedom on the American Frontier This is an in-person lecture at: Jefferson Market Library 425 6th Avenue New York, NY 10011 For a woman […]

In-Person Lecture: DEATHS OF ARTISTS

Macabre scrapbooks at the Metropolitan Museum of Art This is an in-person lecture at: Jefferson Market Library 425 6th Avenue New York, NY 10011 Two macabre scrapbooks preserved in the […]