Performing History: Women and the Vote has been made possible through an Instructional Innovation Grant from The Virginia Tech Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and a CVPA Research/Scholarly Project Award from Radford University's College of Visual and Performing Arts.
Generous support has also been provided by:
The School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech
The Virginia Tech Center for Humanities
Radford University's Department of Theatre and Cinema
The League of Women Voters of Montgomery County
The Women & Minority Artists and Scholars Lecture Series Fund at Virginia Tech
the Virginia Tech Departments of
English, Religion and Culture, and
Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management.
A special thank you to:
The Alexander Black House and Cultural Center
We wish to extend our deepest and sincerest thanks to our friends and colleagues for their support: Will Arnold, Barbara C. Batson, Brian Britt, Kate Burnham-Hull, Catherine Bush, Jen Carroll, Beth Christensen, Margaret Devaney, Rich Dunham, Mari Julienne, Carl Lefko, Richard Masters, Daniel Morehead, Dylan Parker, Jennie Ruhland, Stephen Seals, Karen Sewell, Dina Smith-Glaviana, Natasha Staley, Jimmy Ray Ward, Monica Weinzapfel, Randi Wiesjahn, Holly McCall Williams, The iLab at Radford University's Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, and the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology at Virginia Tech.