About

The Bingham Center hosted an evening with author, playwright, teacher, and feminist activist, Sallie Bingham, who reflected on 25 years of documenting women’s history at Duke and offer her vision for the Center’s next 25 years, and Rachel Seidman, Associate Director, Southern Oral History Program, at UNC-Chapel Hill and visiting lecturer in Women’s Studies at Duke University, who gave her perspective on Bingham Center contributions to preservation, teaching, and activism.

Remarks

Deborah Jakubs
Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian & Vice Provost for Library Affairs

Robert L. Byrd
Associate University Librarian for Collections and User Services

Rachel F. Seidman
Associate Director, Southern Oral History Program, at UNC-Chapel Hill and visiting lecturer in Women’s Studies at Duke University

Sallie Bingham
Author, playwright, teacher, and feminist activist