Teaching Modules


Woodrow Wilson and Bryn Mawr



Archives Reflection:

Matt Cahill blogged about his experience doing archival fieldwork at Bryn Mawr Speical Collections during the Fall of 2014. His post, "Special Collections and 'Workable Lessons'" can be read on Educating Women, the blog of The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education (April 13, 2015). [link]

Primary Sources:

Taylor, Joseph W. Will and Codicil of Joseph W. Taylor, Charter and Amendment The Trustees of Bryn Maw College, By Laws. Bryn Mawr College Special Collections.

Wilson, Ellen Axson. The Priceless Gift: The Love Letters of Woodrow Wilson and Ellen Axson Wilson. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1962.

Wilson, Woodrow. The Papers of Woodrow Wilson. Vol 5. (1885-1888). Princeton University Press, 1968.

Secondary Sources:

Bohan, Chara Haeussler. Go to the Sources: Lucy Maynard Salmon and the Teaching of History. New York: P. Lang, 2004.

Brown, Victoria Bissell. "Conservative among Progressives Woodrow Wilson in the Golden Age of American Women’s Higher Education," in The Educational Legacy of Woodrow Wilson. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2011.

Dixon, Mark E. "Scut Work Like Many Job-hunting New Graduates, Woodrow Wilson Too What He Could Get." Main Line Today, June 1, 2010. Accessed October 13, 2014. [link]

Graham, Sally Hunter. "Woodrow Wilson, Alice Paul, and the Woman Suffrage Movement." Political Science Quarterly 98, no. 4, 665-79. [link]

Lunardini, Christine A., and Thomas J. Knock. "Woodrow Wilson and Woman Suffrage: A New Look." Political Science Quarterly 95, no. 4, 655-71. [link]

Schogol, Marc. "College Shows No Sign of Wilson Historian-president Was a Professor at Bryn Mawr at Start of Career." The Baltimore Sun, April 14, 2002. [link]

Stiehm, Jamie. "Woodrow Wilson Versus the Suffragettes." U.S. News 10 Dec. 2013. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. [link]

Women's Suffrage: Crash Course US History #31. Prod. John Green. Perf. John Green.
Thought Cafe, 26 Sept. 2013. [link]