A new board member speaks: musings of Susan Guise in a letter to her family

Through the years, I had heard about the Episcopal Women’s History Project that Mary Donovan co-founded and supports. And it was at an Anglican Women’s Empowerment (AWE) meeting in New York about three years ago when I first saw EWHP’s […]

5 Oct
2012

A word from our President

What a blessing it has been to be a part of this group! I was reminded of this in September, when eight members of the board met in Dobbs Ferry, New York, for our annual board meeting. It was a […]

5 Oct
2012

Archives, Sources for Women’s History

Discovering hidden collections is one of the most exciting ways to study history nowadays. Those of us who work in the archivist profession are enthusiastically publicizing our holdings to make sure scholars know just how many repositories hold collections that […]

18 Sep
2012

Online Theological Resources – FREE for Seminary Alumni

Did you know that many theological schools offer FREE access to ATLASerials® (ATLAS®), one of the most incredible electronic resources for theological research? This online collection of major religion and theology journals, selected by leading religion scholars and theologians, is […]

10 Sep
2012

Pittsburgh’s Jane Cuddy remembered

Joan Gundersen discovers footnotes in history in 1920s Pittsburgh…in the September 2012 issue of Timelines. A while ago, I was skimming through diocesan news magazines from the 1920s when I noticed that there were three separate notices in the Pittsburgh […]

4 Sep
2012

Pattie Buford’s Missionary Work, an EWHP Timelines Profile

Each month, EWHP’s Timelines will feature short profiles of women in the Episcopal Church whose stories – while important, interesting and inspiring – have been lost, forgotten, minimized or never told at all. Meet Martha “Pattie” Hicks Buford, a churchwoman […]

3 Sep
2012