This Thursday, May 2, I will speak about my research on nineteenth-century U.S. religious publishing and women readers as part of the University of Chicago’s Office of Graduate Student Affairs tour of Special Collections Research Center. For more on the evening’s program, visit Expose Yourself!
Register for the event online here.
Given my various research interests, I’m thrilled to see The University of Chicago Magazine feature on my LGBT history course paired with an article on Catholic women’s history in The Core supplement for Jan-Feb/13.
My paper From ‘Summer School Girls’ to ‘Progressive Women’ has been added to AHA Session 225, “Out of Place: Woman’s Rights and Use of Space in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Anglo-American World,” organized by Lauren Santangelo (The Graduate Center, CUNY).