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November 2021
Image entitled /2012/juniper/assets/section37/Making_History_Gala/MakingHistoryGala_logo_2021.jpg Events, Special Event 2021 Making History Gala 16 November 2021.Tuesday, 5:30PM - 8:30PM  In-Person EventFairmont Copley Plaza138 St. James Ave. | Boston 5:30 ...

 In-Person Event
Fairmont Copley Plaza
138 St. James Ave. | Boston

5:30 pm
Sponsor Reception with Heather Cox Richardson

6:00 pm
Cocktails & Dinner program
business or cocktail attire


Professor Richardson teaches nineteenth-century American history at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. Her early work focused on the transformation of political ideology from the Civil War to
the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. It examined issues of race, economics, westward expansion,
and the construction of the concept of an American middle class. Her history of the Republican
Party, To Make Men Free (2014) examines the fundamental tensions in American politics from the time of the Northwest Ordinance to the present. She is currently working on an intellectual history of American politics and a graphic treatment of the Reconstruction Era.

 

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Events, Special Event 2021 Making History Gala Register registration required 16 November 2021.Tuesday, 5:30PM - 8:30PM Image entitled /2012/juniper/assets/section37/Making_History_Gala/MakingHistoryGala_logo_2021.jpg

 In-Person Event
Fairmont Copley Plaza
138 St. James Ave. | Boston

5:30 pm
Sponsor Reception with Heather Cox Richardson

6:00 pm
Cocktails & Dinner program
business or cocktail attire


Professor Richardson teaches nineteenth-century American history at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. Her early work focused on the transformation of political ideology from the Civil War to
the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. It examined issues of race, economics, westward expansion,
and the construction of the concept of an American middle class. Her history of the Republican
Party, To Make Men Free (2014) examines the fundamental tensions in American politics from the time of the Northwest Ordinance to the present. She is currently working on an intellectual history of American politics and a graphic treatment of the Reconstruction Era.

 

Tickets and Sponsorships

 

 

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