25 minutes | Mar 11, 2021

SPECIAL Gabbing with the Librarians: Strong Women in History

Join librarians Darcy Casavant, Jennifer Finch, and Rebecca Trent for a discussion of their favorite women in history as well as other influential women, both real and fictional. You can be a part of the discussion on poetry by emailing podcast@hcpl.net.  Check out the list of resources below for further information on all the women discussed in today's episode.For Further Reading about: Eleanor of AquitaineGilded Cages the Trials of Eleanor Aquitaine, a Novel The Captive Queen: a Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine A Proud Taste for Scarlet and MiniverEleanor of Aquitaine and the Four KingsShirley ChisholmShe Was the First!: the Trailblazing Life of Shirley ChisholmVanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and Insisted on Equality for AllUnbought and UnbossedBoudicca:Kings & Queens of Ancient Britain: a Magnificent Chronicle of the First Rulers of the British Isles, from the Time of Boudicca and King Arthur to the War of the Roses, the Crusades and the Reign of Richard III Hideous History: Death & Destruction: the Grim, Gruesome, and Gory Parts of History's Dark Side
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