Thanks to a Faculty Development Council Bicentennial Research Grant, I’ve been adding new content on women’s education and the … More
upstate history, women in the city, rethinking public histories, beginning new research. (it’s good to be home.)
Thought it was time to update a few pages around here before taking a break.
This month marks the end of my two-year Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellowship at Bryn Mawr … More
Black at Bryn Mawr and other campus history projects, including those represented in our NCPH 2016 Working Group “Campus History … More
Research day at my old stomping grounds, Special Collections Research Center at the University of Chicago; a good reminder to … More
Wiki Ed discusses women and Wikipedia at Bryn Mawr
Image courtesy of Grace Pusey.
In January, my public history class welcomed to campus Janice Nimura, author of Daughters of the Samurai: A Journey from East … More
This week I’m in Baltimore for the NCPH annual meeting, “Challenging the Exclusive Past,” co-organizing the working group Campus History … More