During Covid-19, I am available to speak virtually via Zoom.
Book Launch discussion for Before Trans:
Before Trans on New Books in French Studies (forthcoming)
Meet the Author with Rachel Mesch (Before Trans)
“Cherchez Les Femmes” on Tel Aviv Review
Before Trans on The French History Podcast (forthcoming)
Before Trans on A Bit Lit (forthcoming)
Stanford University Press Blog:
LA Review of Books:
Tablet Magazine, “A Seder of My Own”
Lilith, “First Grade, Second Language”
Selected scholarly writings:
Incipit: Reflections on Gender Studies in our Field, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Spring-Summer 2020.
“Understanding the Tinayre Affair: New Media, New Methods for the Belle Epoque,” in French Cultural Studies for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Masha Belenky, Kathryn Kleppinger, and Anne O’Neill-Henry.
“A Belle Epoque Media Storm: Gender, Celebrity, and the Marcelle Tinayre Affair,” French Historical Studies, 35:1.
“A New Man for the New Woman: Men, Marriage, and Feminism in the Belle Epoque.” Historical Reflections/ Réflexions historiques, Winter 2012.
“Housewife or Harlot? Sex and the Married Woman in Nineteenth-Century France.” Journal of the History of Sexuality, January 2008.
“Did Women Have an Enlightenment? Graffigny’s Zilia as Female Philosophe.” The Romanic Review, January 1998.