Lecture N° 5 From 17th to 19th Century: Understanding French Political History, Royals, Revolution, and Republic Through One Enduring Symbol: The Woman.
Guest Speaker - Vanessa Badré
The woman has long been a symbol of the French nation, but how have the representations of female figures throughout the centuries expressed the French ideas of nation, kingdom, and eventually liberty and republic .
Join the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., the Rainbow History Project, D.C. Public Library Special Collections, GW Libraries, and Stonewall@NARA for an afternoon discussion of the personal papers, institutional records, protest posters, and other historic collections available at local repositories relating to the LGBT communities of Washington, D.C.
With the news of the recent Yahoo account hacks, it's more important than ever to learn how to protect yourself online.
On October 6 at 3 p.m., Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Computer Education Specialist Cristina Miranda will speak about computer security and how to stay safe on the Internet at the Chevy Chase DC Library.