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As Heard on Morning Line: Clio Arctica - Women in History at the Mountain View Library

Sep 28, 2017

Prof. Katie Ringsmuth visits KNBA to talk about an event Sept 28th, 2017 - focused on history from a female perspective - Clio Arctica
Credit Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

Returning to Morning Line – Our Guest Katie Ringsmuth is proprietor of Tundra Vision – Alaska History Consultants, the group putting on a series of participatory history lectures at the Mountain View Library as well as a Knik Lecture Series at Chugiak High School.

Tonight’s event at the  Mountain View Neighborhood Library: Clio Arctica—the History Muse of the Feminine North. 

"Through a variety of diverse female voices, women writers, researchers, and artists examining unconventional sources, uncovering unexpected layers, introducing new, and often overlooked, interpretations of Alaska history, and how men and women made history together. For the September event, we well explore how theatre elevates the female perspective in Alaska history and ensures that women’s voices are heard and not hidden or forgotten."

More event details: the Facebook event page

All Alaska's A Stage: The Power of the Female Perspective Through Theatre

Tonight, Thursday Sept 28th 6pm to 8pm

Mountain View Neighborhood Library