Media & Interviews

"How Ruth Bryan Owen Shaped Citizenship Rules for U.S. Women," NowThis News,  March 27, 2023. 
Dr. Gunter talks about the movement for women's independent citizenship, the Cable Act, and the controversial election of Ruth Bryan Owen to Congress. 
"Women are at the center of the Jan. 6 hearings - and it's not a coincidence, Cheney says," 19th News, July 22, 2022.
Dr. Gunter analyzes Liz Cheney's comments harkening back to suffragists at the January 6th Committee Hearing on July 21, 2022.
Urban-15's Hidden Histories program in San Antonio on November 2, 2020 at 7pm CST
Dr. Gunter discusses woman suffrage, disfranchisement, and elections in Texas. Dr. Gunter spoke about suffrage history, Dr. Henry Flores discussed later voting rights struggles in San Antonio, and artist Jess Mahogany read Evie Shockley’s poem “Women’s Voting Rights at One Hundred (But Who’s Counting?).”
"With Classes Online, College Professors Take Precautions Against Political Trolls," Dallas Observer, April 7, 2020
Dr. Gunter was interviewed by Silas Allen of the Dallas Observer regarding right-wing efforts to use the shift to online classes due to the Covid19 pandemic to surveil college classes for alleged biases.

"A Side Effect of Remote Teaching during Covid-19? Videos That Can Be Weaponized," Chronicle of Highered Education, March 24, 2020.
Dr. Gunter was interviewed by Emma Pettit for the Chronicle of Higher Education about the difficulties of moving history classes covering controversial topics online during the Covid-19 epidemic while right-wing sites call for students to share what they see as evidence of "blatant indoctrination."

Houston Media Source Public Affairs Public Access,  January 2, 2019
Dr. Gunter was interviewed by Dr. Gene Preuss about the suffrage movement for local access television in Houston, Texas. 
Recording available for free below.
Dr. Gunter was interviewed by Savana Dunning and Morgan Kuehler for the “100 Years of Women’s Suffrage," Daily Texan, July 3, 2019.

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