The two new document projects featured in this issue are Harriet Feinberg, "How Did Eight Translations of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's WOMEN AND ECONOMICS Transmit Feminist Thought across National Boundaries in the Years before World War I?" and Natalia Shevin, "How Did Mary Church Terrell Address Issues of Race at Oberlin College, 1911-1948?"
The Online Biographical Dictionary of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the United States is currently under development, its first installment to appear in the early Spring 2019. It will eventually include crowdsourced biographical sketches of more than 3,000 women suffrage activists, primarily concentrated in the period 1890-1920. We are aiming for an inclusive collection, including white and black suffragists, mainstream and militant suffragists. The sketches will place women’s suffrage activism within the frame of women’s broader social agenda, before and after the passage of the 19th Amendment in August 1920.