B.A (History, French) University of Dayton 1998; M.A. (History) Ohio State University 2002; Ph.D. (History) Ohio State University 2007.
My professional interests include women's history, French history, modern European history, world history and reproductive history. My current research projects include research into the history of midwifery in Europe, with particular focus on Madame L., a notorious midwife and abortionist in London during the first four decades of the twentieth century. I am also working on a book-length project entitled The Invention of Choice: Reproductive Decisions and the Politics of Motherhood in France.
Undergraduate courses: Early Civilizations; The Emergence of the Modern World; The American Experience to 1877; The West in the Classical Age; Reacting to the Past; Women in World History; Historical Methods and Historiography; Empires and Diaspora; 20th Century Genocide; Modern Europe; Public History and Historic Preservation; Seminar in Women's History; Senior Research Seminar
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