Women's history. Social history.
SUNY at Stony Brook, Ph.D.
SUNY at Stony Brook, M.A.
Brandeis University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
2008 Emily Toth Award for Best Book in Women's Issues in Popular Culture and American Culture, Popular Culture/American Culture Association (2008)
Abram L. Sachar Medallion, Brandeis National Committee (2008)
Goldstein-Goren Research Fellow, Center for American Jewish History, New York University (2008)
Harry S. Levitan Education Award, Brandeis University (2008)
Honorable Mention, Sophie Brody Award, American LIbrary Association, for outstanding achievement in Jewish literature (2008)
Honorable Mention, Koppelman Award of the Association of Popular Culture and American Culture, for Talking Back: Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture (1999)
Honorable Mention, Koppelman Award, American Popular Culture, for best edited book (Talking Back: Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture) (1999)
Samuel Lane Chair in American Jewish History and Culture (1996 - 1997)
Fellow, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (1995)
Susan Koppelman Award, Women's Caucus, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (The Challenge of Femininst Biography) (1993)
Koppelman Award of the Association of Popular Culture and American Culture for The Challenge of Feminist Biography (1992)
Loewenstein-Weiner Fellowship in American Jewish Studies. (1992)
President , MA Foundation for the Humanities & Public Policy (1990 - 1992)
Board of Directors, MA Foundation Humanities & Public Policy (1988)
National Endowment for Humanities travel to collections grant (1987)
American Association of University Women Educational Foundation Fellowship (declined) (1982 - 1983)
Radcliffe Research Scholars Award (on Mellon Foundation Grant) (1982 - 1983)
Drama-Logue Critics' Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theater (1981)
Lilly Endowment Award (1977 - 1979)
|AMST||40a||Women in American History|
|AMST||118a||Gender and the Professions|
|AMST||124b||American Love and Marriage|
|AMST||128b||History as Theater|
|AMST||150a||The History of Childhood and Youth in America|
|AMST||180b||Topics in the History of American Education|
|AMST/SOC||125a||History of United States Feminisms|
|WMGS||198a||Women's and Gender Studies Research Seminar|