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Independent Scholar
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France, women, gender, antisemitism, nationalism, Dreyfus Affair
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About Me

Elizabeth Everton is an independent scholar, adjunct instructor of history, and systems training manager based in Charlotte, North Carolina.  She holds a PhD in modern European history from the University of California, Los Angeles.  Her research focuses on women and gender, media, and right-wing political culture during the Bello Epoque.  She is currently working on a book, National Heroines: Women and the Radical Right during the Dreyfus Affair, that explores women’s activity and narratives of gender in right-wing media and organizations in the 1890s.

Recent Publications

“Expiatory Victims of Modern Crisis: Christian Feminism, the Bazar de la Charité Fire, and the Dreyfus Affair.” French Historical Studies 42, no. 3 (August 2019): 453-482.

“Social Media in an Analog Age: The Henry Subscription.” JHIBlog: The Blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas (9 November 2016).

“René Lalique: The Third Republic in Glass.” René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass (Corning Museum of Glass, 2014).

“Line and Shadow: Picturing Antidreyfusism in Psst…!.”  Revising Dreyfus: Art and Law (Brill Press, 2013).

“Scenes of Perception and Revelation: Gender and Truth in Antidreyfusard Caricature.”  French Historical Studies 35, no. 2 (Spring 2012): 381-417.

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Expertise by Geography
Expertise by Chronology
19th century
Expertise by Topic
Gender, Politics, Women