This talk sponsored by History Associates. follows U.S. women and their allies around the globe who worked to organize household consumers into movements that they believed could improve chances for international peace and security. These “consumer
diplomats” used their buying practices to portray themselves as world citizens
capable of both influencing and upholding a conception of global community.
This event will be in-person and live-streamed via Zoom. You do not need to register if you are attending in-person. There will be a Q&A and light refreshments following the lecture.
Register to receive the Zoom link: bit.ly/vglecture22