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Nominate Trailblazing Women for TPSMA Silent Sentinel Award

Call for Nominations!

The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association requests nominations for the 2015 Silent Sentinel Award, honoring someone who has been instrumental in advocating for women’s rights in the United States. 256 more words


Conferences, Guest Blogging, and Thesis Revisions...oh my!

Over the last month or so my UNCW public history colleagues and I have been busy. Those still in coursework have been busy at work on the Still Standing project, taking the visitor evaluation data we gathered last semester and applying it to a new exhibit opening next month at the Bellamy Mansion. 868 more words

Graduate School

Women Who Dared

We recently finished our annual celebration of Women’s History Month; it is a month that always brings me joy. A month when women’s contributions to history are recognized. 409 more words


My Courses at Claremont McKenna College 2015-2016

These are the classes that I have proposed to offer at CMC next year.

The Spring courses will be new for me.

Fall 2015

From Athens to Actium: History of Classical and Hellenistic Greek Civilization to 31 BC… 369 more words

Gender Myths.

I read somewhere recently that a son, at some point early on in his life, has to differentiate himself from his mother. He is male and she is female. 889 more words

American Society

Letters From History: Anne Boleyn to Henry, 6th May 1536

Thirteen days before her execution, Anne Boleyn is believed to have written this letter to her husband, King Henry VIII of England. While the authenticity of this letter is still up for debate, the passion and personality of the writing certainly suggests it could have been written by Anne. 1,137 more words