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Women of Photos and Letters: Margaret Bourke-White, Clare Booth Luce and Annie Leibovitz

Event Details

Date: March 14, 2024
Time: 6:00 pm
–7:00 pm

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In honor of Women’s History Month, the Greenwich Historical Society welcomes Louisa Iacurci of the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame for a lecture exploring the inspiring histories of Hall of Fame Inductees whose work and lives are intertwined with social advocacy and journalistic activism, including photographers Margaret Bourke-White and Annie Leibovitz and writer, journalist and politician Clare Booth Luce.

Connecticut has been home to some incredible writers and journalists, and this program explores the contributions of some of the remarkable women who have shaped our understanding of the world through their writing and reporting.

Featuring: Helen Keller, Lydia Huntley Sigourney, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Clare Boothe Luce, Ann Petry, Margaret Bourke-White, Adrianne Baughns-Wallace, Jane Hamilton Merritt, Anne Garrels, Jane Pauley, and Annie Leibovitz

Speaker Biography

Louisa Iacurci

Education Manager, Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame

Louisa has a Masters In Education from American University in Washington, D.C. Louisa’s 30 years of teaching experience ranges from Kindergarten through adults. This experience includes both public and private school systems. Louisa has a passion for teaching and volunteers for the Literacy Volunteers of Valley Shore, teaching English as a second language to adults. She enjoys bringing amazing women’s stories to life and encouraging all learners to be intrinsically motivated to love learning every day! Louisa resides in Madison, CT and loves CT history, especially women’s history!

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