Wonderful Women Creating Change

Wednesday, March 10 at 5 pm ET
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To celebrate Women’s History Month in March and the recent release of Wonder Woman 1984 (filmed and set at the Smithsonian!), join us for the first in our Women’s History with Smithsonian Libraries and Archives program series, sponsored by Deloitte, "Wonderful Women Creating Change." You'll learn about our own connections to this iconic character and hear what it was really like to be a woman working at the Smithsonian in the 1970s and 1980s.

Lilla Vekerdy, Head and Curator of Special Collections, and Elizabeth Harmon, Digital Curator of the History of Smithsonian Women in Science, will share behind-the-scenes insights into the intriguing contents of our collection of materials from the creator of Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston, and our fascinating Smithsonian records that document the experiences of real women.

Thank you to our generous sponsors of this program!
Signature Sponsor: Deloitte
Sponsor: Smithsonian’s Atlanta Regional Council, Co-Chaired by Cheryl Neal and Christine Ragland

Watch the recording of this program here!

The event was hosted as a Zoom webinar, and registration was required.

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This program will be recorded and made available following the event. You will find it on this page and on our YouTube channel.

TOP IMAGE: Cover, Wonder Woman No. 1 (1942). Wonder Woman is copyright and trademark of DC Comics.