During Covid-19, I am available to speak virtually via Zoom.
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.