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FT-254970-17
Legacies of Thought and Action: The Professional Networks of 19th-century Women Physicians
Gesa Kirsch, Bentley University

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From Farmer’s Daughter to Physician: The Advocacy, Activism, and Legacy of Dr. Mary Bennett Ritter and her Contemporaries (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: From Farmer’s Daughter to Physician: The Advocacy, Activism, and Legacy of Dr. Mary Bennett Ritter and her Contemporaries
Abstract: Dr. Gesa Kirsch discussed the legacy of Dr. Mary Bennett Ritter, an early 20th century woman physician, her cohort of Western women physicians, and the role of the Woman's Medical Journal in creating and sustaining a large professional network of early women physicians.
Author: Gesa E. Kirsch
Date: 4/25/17
Location: Harvard Medical School, Countway Medical Library, Boston

Strong, Bold, and Determined: Learning from Women Physicians and Innovators, circa 1886 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Strong, Bold, and Determined: Learning from Women Physicians and Innovators, circa 1886
Abstract: Join us for a lively discussion about what we can learn from early women physicians, innovators, and women's rights activists. Focusing on the legacy of Dr. Mary Bennett Ritter, her cohort of Western women physicians, and the Woman's Medical Journal, the discussion will focus on what innovators can learn from strong, bold, and determined women.
Author: Gesa E. Kirsch
Date: 3/23/17
Location: Venture Cafe, Cambridge Innovation Center, Cambridge, MA
Primary URL: http://http://vencaf.org/event/strong-bold-and-determined-learning-from-women-physicians-and-innovators-circa-1886/?instance_id=15404


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