Women at the Center Blog Posts

Women at the Center Blog Posts

Monday, January 04, 2021


During my time as the Andrew W. Mellon Predoctoral Fellow in Women’s History at the New-York Historical Society, I wrote a number of short posts for the Center for Women’s History’s “Women at the Center” blog. I’ve collected links to these texts below.

Fighting Back: Women of Color and the Ongoing Struggle for Citizenship Beyond the Vote

Remembering Seneca Falls

Child Welfare and the New York Foundling Hospital

Juneteenth and Women’s History

Caring for the Community During a Pandemic: Lessons from HIV/AIDS

“Mrs. America” Primer: The Real Story of Phyllis Schlafly’s Campaign Against the ERA

Rosa Parks Beyond the Bus Boycott: A Life of Activism

“Roe v. Wade” Turns 47: Reproductive Rights in the New-York Historical Collection

“Little Women” in the Archives: Letters Reveal Louisa May Alcott’s Business Savvy

Warts and All: Learn the Fascinating History of Witchcraft and Reproductive Health