SOURCE: Tuscaloosa (AL) News
Friends and colleagues of Alabama historian Sarah Wiggins echoed certain refrains time and again, among them: “She did not suffer fools gladly.”
SOURCE: Uncommon Sense
by Lindsay Chervinsky
The last decade has witnessed a noticeable uptick of works on Washington authored by women, with more to come in the pipeline.
SOURCE: New York Times
Dr. Steiner dug into the letters and other papers of civil servants and interviewed prominent and not-so-prominent historical players to flesh out the picture of how momentous events were shaped.
SOURCE: Washington Post
A female historian wrote a book. Two male historians went on NPR to talk about it. They never mentioned her name. It’s Sarah Milov.
They have tenure. She does not.
SOURCE: Labor and Working Class History Association
by Lara Vapnek
For the past forty years, Alice Kessler-Harris has been on the vanguard of labor history and of women’s and gender history.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Compared to both the male-dominated STEM disciplines, and other social sciences like philosophy and political science, Australian history has been remarkably feminised.
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