In this lecture, JES Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Judy Lynch will explore the three major waves that pushed the women's movement forward and had great implications for Erie County Elected Women: The First Wave in the 1920s when the suffragette's organizations succeeded in the passage of the 19th Amendment. The Second Wave of feminism, springing from the 1960s ferment, produced societally altering changes in the United States. In the late 1980s and 1990s, a Third Wave came about when women marched, demanded, and ran successfully for public office. By 1989, a dramatic change had come to the city and county.
This JES Satellite Program is a lunch n' learn event, which will be held at:
Corry Higher Education Council
221 North Center Street
Corry, Pa 16407
Covid-19 policies will be in effect throughout programming, please review the JES Covid-19 policy here. Patrons will need to show their vaccination cards or proof of a negative test. Face masks will no longer be required for patrons, but are encouraged. Advanced registration is required to receive a boxed lunch. Lunch 'n' Learn programs are free for admission and $5/person for a boxed lunch. All JES programming is free to all Erie County students with advanced registration and proof of enrollment at event check-in. To register with the student discount, use the coupon code "eriecountystudents" and make sure to bring proof of enrollment to the programs you register for. Payments must be made at registration. Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, and Discover accepted. Cash payments are no longer accepted by the Jefferson.
Judith Lynch, Ph.D. has been a board member of the Jefferson Educational Society since its inception and served as its first chairwoman. She is the Jefferson’s inaugural Decadean Scholar. From 2004 to 2017, Dr. Lynch served as Associate Professor of Political Science and History at Mercyhurst University, and from 2002 to 2004, she taught at Allegheny College and was part of the Civic Engagement Institute. Prior, she worked as an analyst for the CIA and served for 20 years as Erie County Executive. She received her Doctorate with Distinction in Political Science in 2001 from the University of Pittsburgh and her M.A. in Social Studies from Gannon University. Her undergraduate degree, a B.A. in History and Political Science, is from George Washington University.