About Us

Suffrage in Rhode Island: A Lippitt Family Perspective is a collaborative project between Lippitt House Museum and the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage at Brown University.  

Content for this project was created by students in the Brown University American Studies course AMST 1903Z, “Shrine, House, or Home: Rethinking the Historic House Museum."

BROWN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

 

Ellis Clark

BA International & Public Affairs 2023

Mia Freund

B.A. Undeclared 2023

Nat Hardy

B.A. Visual Arts & American Students 2022

Carmen Horn

English Nonfiction 2021

Kristen Marchetti

Visual Art & History of Art and Architecture 2022

Madison Mott

M.A. Public Humanities 2020

Rebecca Rex

M.A. Public Humanities 2020

RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN STUDENTS

 

Florence Conway

B.A. Illustration 2020

Timothy Prieto

Interior architecture 2021

ORIGINAL MEMES created by Mia Freund, Nat Hardy, Carmen Horn, Kristen Marchetti, and Timothy Prieto.

INTERACTIVE TIMELINE created by Ellis Clark, Florence Conway, Maddie Mott, and Rebecca Rex.

INSTRUCTOR

 

Ron M. Potvin

Assistant Director & Curator

John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities & Cultural Heritage

ronald_potvin@brown.edu

 

LIPPITT HOUSE MUSEUM

Carrie Taylor

Museum Director

ctaylor@preserveri.org

 

Cathy Saunders

Curator of Education

csaunders@preserveri.org

 

JOHN NICHOLAS BROWN CENTER FOR PUBLIC HUMANITIES AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

 

Sabina Griffin

Center Manager

sabina_griffin@brown.edu

Yiru Zhang

M.A. Public Humanities 2020

yiru_zhang@brown.edu

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