WSCC Women's Suffrage Experts Database
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Last NameNameInstitutional AffiliationDiscipline or ProfessionAreas of expertiseEmail
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AndersenKristi AndersenSyracuse UniversityPolitical ScienceWomen's voting behavior after suffrageandersen@maxwell.syr.edu
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BakerJean BakerGoucher CollegeHistory (Emerita)Author of several books on women's suffragejbaker@goucher.edu
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BanaszakLee Ann BanaszakPenn StatePolitical ScienceWomen's Movements and Suffragelab14@psu.edu
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BerensonBarbara Berensonauthor and lecturerhistory and lawAuthor, Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement: Revolutionary Reformers. Legal history; women's history; reform movements of the 19th century
barbara.f.berenson@gmail.com
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BoylanAnn BoylanUniversity of DelawareHistoryhistory of women's movementsaboylan@udel.edu
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CahillCathleen CahillPenn StateHistorywomen of color in suffrage movementczc335@psu.edu
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CooneyRobert P. J. Cooney, Jr.Independent writer in CaliforniaAuthorAuthor of Winning the Vote and Remembering InezRobertCooney@ebold.comJoshunda@freshspeakers.com
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Collier-ThomasBettye Collier-ThomasTemple UniversityHistoryAfrican American women's political history, including suffrage.bcollier@temple.edu
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ConklingWinifred ConklingWriter focused women's history for young adultsAuthorAuthor of YA book on suffragistswinifred.conkling@verizon.net
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CooperBrittany CooperRutgers UniversityWomen's and Gender StudiesBlack women as public intellectuals - especially during the 1890s through the early twentieth centurybrittney.cooper@rutgers.edu
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DublinThomas DublinSUNY BinghamtonHistory (Emeritus)Co-editor of the database "Women and Social Movements in the US;" leading an effort to document individual biographies of state and local suffragists across the country.tdublin@binghamton.edu
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DuBoisEllen DuBoisUCLAHistory (Emerita)Author of several books on women's suffrage; including biography of Harriet Stanton BlatchEDUBOIS@UCLA.EDU
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DuddenFaye DuddenColgate UniversityHistory (Emerita)Author of: Fighting Chance: The Struggle Over Woman Suffrage and Black Suffrage in Reconstruction America.fdudden@colgate.edu
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EdwardsRebecca EdwardsVassar College (also recently elected member of her county legislature)HistoryWomen in American politics in the nineteenth centuryreedwards@vassar.edu
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EggeSara EggeCentre CollegeHistorywomen's suffrage movement in Midwestsara.egge@centre.edu
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FaulknerCarol FaulknerSyracuse UniversityHistoryLucretia Mott expertcfaulkne@maxwell.syr.edu
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FieldCorinne T. FieldUniversity of VirginiaDepartment of Women, Gender and SexualityIntersections of age, gender, and race in the nineteenth-century women’s rights movement. Age as a political category.cf6d@virginia.edu
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FoxEinav Rabinovitch FoxCase Western Universityexr187@case.edu
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FranzenTrisha FranzenAlbion CollegeWomen's, Gender and Sexuality StudiesBiographer of the Rev. Dr. Anna Howard ShawTfranzen@albion.edu
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FreeLaura FreeHobart and William Smith CollegesHistoryBook: Suffrage Reconstructed: Gender, Race and Voting Rights in the Civil War Era; Currently working on book on the nineteenth amendment
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GentryMelissa GentryBall StateBall State Librarymaps related to suffrage; Indiana historymgentry@bsu.edu
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GidlowLiette Gidlow Harvard and Wayne State University, Detroit2019-2020 Mellon-Schlesinger Fellow for the Long Nineteenth Amendment Project, Harvard University19th-20th c. U.S. women's politics; African American women's voting rights after 1920gidlow@wayne.edu
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GoodierSusan GoodierSUNY OneontaAssociate professorNew York women's suffrage movement, including anti-suffragists.Susan.Goodier@oneonta.edu
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HajoCathy HajoRamapo CollegeEditor/HistorianEditor of the Jane Addams papers project.chajo@ramapo.edu
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HamlinKimberly HamlinMiami University, Oxford, OHAssociate Professor of History and American StudiesHistorian of women, gender, and sexuality; author of Free Thinker: Sex, Suffrage, and the Extraordinary Life of Helen Hamilton Gardener (forthcoming March 2020 from W.W. Norton). @ProfessorHamlinkimberlyahamlin@gmail.com
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HewittNancy HewittRutgers UniversityHistory (Emerita)U.S. Feminism and women's activismnhewitt@scarletmail.rutgers.edu
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HigginbothamEvelyn Brooks HigginbothamHarvard UniversityHistory/African American StudiesBlack women's social and political activismhistorychair@fas.harvard.edu
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JabourAnya JabourUniversity of MontanaHistoryreform movements, Old Southanya.jabour@umontana.edu
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JimenezmunozGladys M. JimenezmunozBinghamton Universitygjimenez@binghamton.edu>
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JohnsonJoan Marie JohnsonNorthwestern UniversityHistory/Provost's OfficeSouthern women, philanthropy in suffragejoanmjohnson@northwestern.edu
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JonesMarthaJohns HopkinsHistoryAfrican Americans in suffrage movementmsjonz@jhu.edu
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LangeAllison K. LangeWentworth Institute of TechnologyHistoryImagery of the suffrage and anti-suffrage movements, author of Picturing Political Power (forthcoming in spring 2020 from the University of Chicago Press)allisonklange@gmail.com
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LindseyTreva LindseyOhio State UniversityWomen's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
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MarinoKelly MarinoCentral Connecticut State UniversityHistorywomen's suffrage and women's higher edkmarino@ccsu.edu
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MatersonLisa G. MatersonUC DavisHistorianBook: For the Freedom of Her Race: Black Women and Electoral Politics in Illinois, 1877-1932lgmaterson@ucdavis.edu
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McBrideGenevieve McBrideWisconsin MilwaukeeHistoryMidwest women and Wisconsingmcbride@uwm.edu
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McConnaughyCorrine McConnaughyGeorge Washington UniversityPolitical Sciencestate legislatures, men, and suffrage movementcorrine@gwu.edu
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McDonaghEileen McDonaghNorthwestern UniversityPolitical Sciencewomen and representation over timee.mcdonagh@northeastern.edu
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MilesTiya MilesHarvard UniversityHistoryAfrican American women in 19th centurytiyamiles@fas.harvard.edu
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MuncyRobyn MuncyUniversity of MarylandHistoryProgressive reform movementsrmuncy@umd.edu
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MurphyMary-Elizabeth MurphyEastern Michigan UniversityHistorianAfrican American women's politics in the 1920smmurph54@emich.edu
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NeumanJohanna NeumanScholar in Residence at American UniversityHistorianWritten two books on history of women’s suffrage: Gilded Suffragists (2017) & And Yet They Persisted (December 201johanna.neuman@me.com
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RobertsRebecca Robertsindependent writer/speakereducator/historian/tour guide1913 March, Washington DC suffrage history, connection to contemporary activisminfo@rebeccaroberts.org
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RouseWendy RouseSan Jose State UniversityAssociate Professor, HistorianMilitant Suffragists, Queer Suffragists, Suffrage and the Self-Defense MovementWendy.Rouse@sjsu.edu
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SpruillMarjorie SpruillUniversity of South CarolinaHistoryWomen in the South; suffrage in Southmarjorie.spruill@sc.edu
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TeeleDawn Langan TeelePennPolitical SciencePolitical History of Suffrage Movementteele@sas.upenn.edu
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TetraultLisa TetraultCarnegie Mellon UniversityHistorySeneca Falls and origins of feminism in U.S.tetrault@cmu.edu
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WareSusan WareSchlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced StudyHistory/Biographyauthor of "Why They Marched: Untold Stories of the Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote"sdware@aol.com
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WeatherfordDoris WeatherfordIndependent writer focused on women's historyAuthorWomen's History, Suffragists, Florida womendoris@​dweatherford.com
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WeisElaine WeissIndependent writer and journalist in BaltimoreJournalismAuthor of "The Women's Hour"efweiss@gmail.com
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WolbrechtChristina WolbrechtNotre DamePolitical ScienceWomen's voting behaviorsWolbrecht.1@nd.edu
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Zahniser J. D. ZahniserIndependent scholarAmerican HistoryAlice Paul, National Woman's Partyjdzahniser@gmail.com
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