Making Time won the 2005 Northeast Popular Culture Book Prize.

It was described by the judges as

“an outstanding contribution and a model of original scholarship.”

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Lectures on Teenage Girls’ Diaries from 1800:

girls' diaries

  • “an outstanding program”
    Providence Athenaeum
  • “We’re all inspired to write in our own journals now.”
    Grade 3, Montessori School
  • “Thanks so much for the splendid program”
    Barrington Public Library
  • This was wonderful. I’d love it if you could present this at my college.”
    Professor from Maine

Lectures on Lillian Gilbreth, enginer and mother of twelve:

  • the lecture was “staged so magnificently…”
  • the speakerĀ  “delivered dividends on everything she set out to do.”
    Bryant College Women’s Summit

Lectures on Christiana Bannister, African American hairdresser and abolitionist:

Christiana Bannister

  • “your talk was delightful, with one very accomplished woman talking about another very accomplished woman, and it was a perfect way to celebrate Women’s History Month.”
    AAUW.
  • “everyone enjoyed your talk-in fact they raved!”
    AAUW
  • “Your presentation was not only interesting but illuminating. It gave a view of an era that most of us had never appreciated before.”
    Pembroke Club.

Lectures on women’s history:

  • “informative, funny, relaxed atmosphere. Ms Lancaster was great”
    Brown University staff development day
  • “Such a lovely and engaging presenter! Interesting, informative, involves everyone.”
    Teacher workshop participant