Speaking Culturally

Preserving Women’s Voices Through Quilting

November 28, 2019 Andre Taylor/Diana Bell-Kite Season 1 Episode 4
Speaking Culturally
Preserving Women’s Voices Through Quilting
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Speaking Culturally
Preserving Women’s Voices Through Quilting
Nov 28, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Andre Taylor/Diana Bell-Kite

Diana Bell-Kite, curator of cultural history at the North Carolina Museum of History, speaks about how women in the 18th century preserved their cultural heritage through quilting. She also discusses how those stories captured through quilting speak volumes about the time period. Bell-Kite says women today are still using quilting to express themselves.

Show Notes

Diana Bell-Kite, curator of cultural history at the North Carolina Museum of History, speaks about how women in the 18th century preserved their cultural heritage through quilting. She also discusses how those stories captured through quilting speak volumes about the time period. Bell-Kite says women today are still using quilting to express themselves.