Gender and Race in American History

Series Editor: Alison M. Parker, Carol Faulkner and Amrita Chakrabarti Myers

This series focuses on the intersections between gender and race in nineteenth and twentieth-century American history. Inspired by the rich history of political and social activism in New York State, using the analytical categories of gender and race—broadly defined—to illuminate power, identity, culture, citizenship rights, work, education, and reform in the U.S.

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  • An Architecture of Education

    Angel David Nieves
    University of Rochester Press
    Examines material culture and the act of institution creation, especially through architecture and landscape, to recount a deeper history of the lives of African American women in the post-Civil War South. Learn More
    $49.95

  • Interconnections

    Edited by Carol Faulkner, Alison M. Parker
    University of Rochester Press
    Explores gender and race as principal bases of identity and locations of power and oppression in American history. Learn More

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  • Manhood Enslaved

    Kenneth E. Marshall
    University of Rochester Press

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  • The Men and Women We Want

    Jeanne D. Petit
    University of Rochester Press
    Examines the gendered dimension of Progressive-Era debates about literacy and immigration in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century America. Learn More

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  • Nasty Women and Bad Hombres

    Edited by Christine A. Kray, Tamar W. Carroll, Hinda Mandell
    University of Rochester Press
    A look at how Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and American voters invoked ideas of gender and race in the fiercely contested 2016 US presidential election Learn More
    $29.95

  • The Reverend Jennie Johnson and African Canadian History, 1868-1967

    Nina Reid-Maroney
    University of Rochester Press
    This first scholarly treatment of a fascinating and understudied figure offers a unique and powerful view of nearly one hundred years of the struggle for freedom in North America. Learn More

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  • Sex Ed, Segregated

    Courtney Q. Shah
    University of Rochester Press
    Demonstrates that the intersection between race, gender, and class formed the backbone of Progressive-Era debates over sex education, the policing of sexuality, and the prevention of venereal disease. Learn More

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  • Susan B. Anthony and the Struggle for Equal Rights

    Edited by Christine L. Ridarsky, Mary M. Huth
    University of Rochester Press
    Explores the diversity of thought and action in women's involvement in 19th-century reform movements. Learn More

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