Hop into History: Around the World with Nellie Bly
Early learners from ages 3 – 5, join us for an interactive online session exploring the people, places, and stories that make Pittsburgh unique! This session will feature the story of trailblazing journalist Nellie Bly.
Lena Richard and Julia Child: Two Women Who Changed Culinary History
Join Smithsonian Affiliations for a look at chefs Lena Richard and Julia Child. Through their cookbooks, teaching, and television programs, these extraordinary women inspired generations of people to take cooking seriously.
Women in Aerospace: Stories from the Smithsonian Collection
Join Smithsonian Affiliations for a fascinating discussion with Dr. Margaret Weitekamp, Curator and Department Chair of the Space History Department at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum.
Reconsidering Rosie the RiveterSchool Program - Virtual
Middle school and high school students are invited to join the History Center’s educators, along with senior curator Leslie Przybylek, to celebrate Women’s History Month and uncover the real story of Rosie the Riveter.
“The Jewish Record Collection on Ancestry” with Crista Cowan
Join Crista Cowan for a look at ancestry records in the United States, Canada, and England specific to Jewish immigrants.
Irish Genealogy Workshop
Irish genealogy experts Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt from the Ulster Historical Foundation in Belfast are back (virtually!) for the seventh annual Irish Genealogy Workshop.
Researching the History of Institutionalized People
Join scholars and archivists as they discuss the strengths and limitations of historical records from state-run institutions to reflect the personal stories of institutionalized people with disabilities in Pennsylvania.