Urbanist Media is proud to welcome a new member of the family: Queens of Queen City, led by Urbanist Media board member Sean E. Andres and committee member Chelsie J. Hoskins. Since 2016, Queens of Queen City has been operating as a public Cincinnati women's history project, publishing content and resources on their website, lecturing and participating in research projects. "We felt like the project would be a good fit under the Urbanist Media umbrella," said Andres. "With this new partnership, we can create a sustainable path forward in new, exciting collaborative ways." Queens of Queens City brings with them a vast depth of research, expertise and projects in the pipeline. With groundbreaking research, they've been at the forefront in bringing public awareness to figures such as Sarah Fossett, Pricilla Jane Thompson, Blanche Beekman and Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt
Lost Voices of the 1940s at the Cincinnati Museum Center
When men were at war, women stepped up to the workforce, running factories and farms. Learn more about three local women, WAVES codebreaker Elizabeth Bigelow Stewart, nurse Lillian Feldman Schwartz, and computer Antoinette Kettenacker who navigated, and thrived, in the over-masculine world of STEM.