Bonnie J. Morris

Receiving the Georgetown Silver Vicennial Teaching Medal

The author at eleven.

I am a 1979 graduate of Carolina Friends School

Twice, I've served as faculty for Semester at Sea. It will be my honor to serve again as faculty on the SPRING 2019 voyage! Let's sample hot noodles in Hong Kong!


I've traveled the world as a professor and guest speaker. Appearances include both University of Waikato and Victoria University in New Zealand; Reykjavik University in Iceland; the Women's Education, Reserach and Resource Center of University College in Dublin, Ireland; Tel Aviv University in Israel; Queens College in Ontario, Canada; and Anna Daresh Women's College in Madras, India. Bring me in to speak at YOUR next women's history event!

"Put That Book Down and Go Out and Play"

A lifetime of teaching women's history.

A: Yes--and still writing in it with a fountain pen.
Q: How many journals has Bon filled by now?
A: One hundred and eighty-two; they jam the bookshelf my father built for me when I was three. On my table, catching sunlight and moonlight, is a bowl of fountain pens. Come choose your weapon: Sheaffer, Lamy, Watermark.

At the Temple of Diana in Kusadasi as guest lecturer for Olivia Cruises in 2007.

My research interests and available guest speeches include women's sports, the women's music movement since the mid-1970s, Jewish women's history, and other female-identified communities across time.

Speeches/webcast video available online
One-woman play available for your campus or conference. A global success since 1993, this hour-long show has roused feminist audiences from Iceland to New Zealand.
Women's History
Women's History For Beginners(2012), Revenge of the Women's Studies Professor(2009), Girl Reel (2000), Eden Built By Eves (1999), Lubavitcher Women in America (1998), The High School Scene in the Fifties (1997)

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