Between the Street and the State
Now Under Advance Contract with University of Pennsylvania Press
I am pleased to announce that my first monograph, Between the Street and the State: Black Women’s Anti-Rape Activism Amid the War on Crime, is...
“The First Thing We Cry About is Violence”: The National Black Women’s Health Project and the Fight Against Rape and Battering
I am pleased to share my latest peer-reviewed article in the Spring 2022 issue of the Journal of Women’s History. This article is based upon...
The Feminist War on Crime: The Unexpected Role of Women’s Liberation in Mass Incarceration
by Aya Gruber
The editors of Feminist Formations recently solicited my review of Aya Gruber’s fascinating new study The Feminist War on Crime: The Unexpected Role of Women’s...
Women at the Center Blog Posts
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...
Breaking the Silence | An Interview with Caitlin Wiesner
Last year, I was awarded the John Whiteclay Chambers II Graduate Fellowship by the Rutgers Oral History Archives (ROHA). I recently sat down with Kathryn...
Voice of America on “Women March 1820-2020”
As the Andrew W. Mellon Predoctoral Fellow in Women’s History, I have served as a curatorial scholar for “Women March, 1820-2020.” This exhibit was created...
John Whiteclay Chambers Oral History Lecture
I was the grateful recipient of the 2019 John Whiteclay Chambers Oral History Fellowship. The award supports graduate students as they conduct oral history interviews...
Amicus Brief Challenging Trump’s Transgender Ban in the Military
I was honored to be part of the team of historians and graduate students that composed the amicus brief filed in support of the plaintiffs...