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History Department
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gender, suffrage, international law, US constitutional law, global history, big history
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About Me

Stanford Ph.D in Modern European history; Harvard Law School J.D.; 7 years practicing international law (litigation) and pro bono asylum; 18 years as Lecturer at Stony Brook University, teaching gender, legal history, global history and geography.

Recent Publications

“The ‘Spirit of Internationalism’ in the Pre-War Women’s Movement,” in Global Community: Transnational and Transdisciplinary Exchanges, Henrik Enroth and Douglas Brommesson, eds., London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2015, 139-163.

“The Global ‘Parliament of Mothers’:  International Law in the Pre-War Women’s Movement,” Chicago-Kent Law Review. Vol. 87, No. 2 (2012), 439-461.

“Charlotte Wilson, the ‘Woman Question,’ and the Meanings of Anarchist Socialism in Late Victorian Radicalism,” International Review of Social History, April 2012: 57, pp 3-36.

“Review: Helen Irving, Citizenship, Alienage, and the Modern Constitutional State: A Gendered History. Law and History Review (2017) 35: 554-556.


Media Coverage
Country Focus
Britain and late British Empire
Expertise by Geography
Atlantic, British Isles
Expertise by Chronology
5, 8
Expertise by Topic
Colonialism, Gender, Human Rights, Law, Rebellion & Revolution, Women