Speaker: Rev. Natalie Malter
Rev. Natalie Malter is a UU minister, who is currently a doctoral student in the Study of Religion at Harvard University. Her research focuses upon 19th and 20th century American religious history and the relationship between religion and women’s rights movements. She served on the editorial board of A Documentary History of Unitarian Universalism (Skinner 2017) and is passionate about the ways in which UU history shapes our present and our future.
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