Mary Beth Norton to speak on October 24
Loyola announcement - October 20, 2003
Mary Beth Norton presents "The Salem Witchcraft Crisis: Myth and Realities"
Friday, October 24, 20037:00 pm- 9:00 pmNunemaker AuditoriumSponsored by the Department of History, Women's Resource Center, Biever Lecture Series, and the Loyola University Student Historical Association.
Mary Beth Norton (Mary Donlon Alger Professor of History at Cornell University) is one of the best known scholars of early United States's history and American women's and gender history. A Pulitzer Prize finalist and winner of the Allan Nevins Prize,
Professor Norton's is the author of numerous books including IN THE DEVIL'S SNARE: THE SALEM WITCHCRAFT CRISIS OF 1692 and FOUNDING MOTHERS AND FATHERS: GENDERED POWER AND THE FORMING OF AMERICAN SOCIETY.