women

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday February 08, 2012

Journey with Caleb's Crossing Program Series

Educating

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the

Submitted by tamason on Friday September 02, 2011

In celebration of Louisa May Alcott, take a Walking Tour of Benefit Street to focus on 19th Century Women’s History with the Rhode Island Historical Society!

Louisa May Alcott left an indelible mark on the literary culture of her

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

As part of ongoing programs and events spotlighting the life of Louisa May Alcott, Dr. Joan Glazer, Professor Emeritus, Rhode Island College will lead a

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

Documentary Film Presentation: Louisa May Alcott:
The Woman Behind Little Women  

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

Documentary Film Presentation: Louisa May Alcott:
The Woman Behind Little Women