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Conference Alert: National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
Conference Alert: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Women's History Month

Conference Alert: National Association of Indepenent Schools (NAIS)

When: March 1-March 3, 2017
Where: Baltimore, MD
Random House booth number: #1009

2017 Titles on Display: Random House

For the conference website:
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About NAIS:
The NAIS Annual Conference is the premier professional development and networking event for administrators, trustees, and teachers at independent schools and attracts more than 4,500 participants over the course of three days. NAIS represents nearly 1,800 national and international member schools.

Conference Alert: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

When: March 15-18, 2018
Where: Atlanta, GA
Random House booth number: #1223
Knopf Doubleday booth number: #1227

2018 Titles on Display: Random House | Knopf Doubleday

For the conference website:
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About NSTA:
Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, the National Science Teachers Association has 60,000 members. NSTA publishes books and journals for science teachers from kindergarten through college.

Women's History Month

1001 Things Everyone Should Know about Women’s History by Constance Jones
African Queen by Rachel Holmes
American Rose by Karen Abbott
And If I Perish by Evelyn Monahan and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee
Black Women For Beginners by S. Pearl Sharp; illustrated by Beverly Hawkins Hall
Bobbed Haired Bandit, The by Stephen Duncombe and Andrew Mattson
Bold Spirit by Linda Lawrence Hunt
Civil War Wives by Carol Berkin
Doomed Queens by Kris Waldherr
Elizabeth and Mary by Jane Dunn
Emily Post by Laura Claridge
Essential Feminist Reader, The by Estelle B. Freedman
Feminine Ingenuity by Anne Macdonald
Feminist Promise, The by Christine Stansell
Fire This Time, The by Vivien Labaton and Dawn Lundy Martin
Flapper by Joshua Zeitz
For Her Own Good by Barbara Ehrenrich and Deirdre English
Gender Talk by Johnnetta B. Cole and Beverly Guy-Sheftall
Half the Sky by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
Harriet Tubman by Beverly Lowry
Hell Hath No Fury by Rosalind Miles and Robin Cross
History of Women in America, A by Carol Hymowitz and Michaele Weissman
Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, The by Rebecca Skloot
Jury of Her Peers, A by Elaine Showalter
Masquerade by Alfred Young
Memoirs of Catherine the Great, The translated by Markus Cruse and Hilde Hoogenbloom
Mercury 13, The by Martha Ackmann
Nightingales by Gillian Gill
No Turning Back by Estelle B. Freedman
Revolutionary Mothers by Carol Berkin
Seafaring Women by David Cordingly
Sin in the Second City by Karen Abbott
They Fought Like Demons by De Anne Blanton and Lauren M. Cook
Uncommon Arrangements by Katie Roiphe
Unbowed by Wangari Maathai
Vindication of the Rights of Woman, A by Mary Wollstonecraft
War Torn by Tad Bartimus, Denby Fawcett, Jurate Kazickas, Edith Lederer and Ann Marino
Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
White Heat by Brenda Wineapple
Wild Rose by Ann Blackman
Woman Behind the New Deal, The by Kirstin Downey
Women's Diaries of the Westward Journey by Lillian Schlissel
Women's Letters edited by Lisa Grunwald and Stephen J. Adler
Women Empowered contribution by Madeleine Albright; photographed by Phil Borges
Women in the Military by Jeanne Holm
Women in the Second World War by Neil Storey and Molly Housego
Women of the Raj by Margaret MacMillan
Women Sailors and Sailors’ Women by David Cordingly