Associate Professor of History and Women's Studies
-- Duke University
I work on feminist history of modern Mexico. My first book, Revolutionary Women in Postrevolutionary Mexico, explores questions of gender and citizenship in the 1930s. I am currently working on two book-length projects: a history of the 1975 UN International Women's Year Conference in Mexico City (under contract with Oxford University Press), and a biography of the activist and folksinger Concha Michel. I am also developing a long-term project on the labor, political, and conceptual history of motherhood in twentieth-century Mexico.
"Networks of Knowledge: Pedagogy in the Service of Society" Inaugural Workshop
-- Feb 16 2012
For the first workshop for the “Networks of Knowledge: Pedagogy in the Service of Society” group, 25 faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduates met to discuss how to design... Read More