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Podcasts, Book Talks, Book Parties, Public Lectures, and Panel Discussions


September 28, 2023

“A Picture of Free, Untrammeled Womanhood”: Bicycle Fashions and the Rise of the New Woman. Online. Register Here:


October 12, 2023

Women's Rights in America: The History of the ERA. Online talk.

AHA 2024

January 5, 2024

How I Work: Four Historians on Process. Roundtable session.

If you would like to schedule an interview, book talk, book party, seminar, class appearance, or panel discussion, please send an email to or fill out this contact form.



New York Public Library, Work/Cited: The Fashion Industry and the Politics of Power, online event

“Notorious RBG: The Making of a Fashionable Icon,” Maltz Museum of Jewish History, Cleveland OH

Women and Philanthropy: The Monied Women of Cleveland and their Impact,” Cleveland Civics History Series, Cleveland OH

"Dressed for Freedom: The Politics of Fashion in American History" - Online Book Talk, Siegal Lifelong Learning Program Cleveland

"The Work of Fashion: Laboring Women and the Politics of Dress" -- Book and Exhibition talk, Filson Historical Society

“Fashioning Suffrage: Suffragists’ Political Style and Its Visual Legacies”, Lecture Series as part of the Indiana Humanities Council Speakers’ Bureau, La Porte Public Library, IN

 “New Century, New Woman Exhibition Talk”, Allentown Art Museum, PA 

"Fashioning Women’s Rights: Suffragists’ Political Style and Its Visual Legacies,” Public Lecture, Avenir Museum, Colorado State University

Beyond Suffrage: Women’s Reform Networks and the Road for Women’s Rights,” Public Lecture, Seigal Life Learning Center, Cleveland OH

“Fashioning American Citizens: Jewish Immigrants in the Land of Dollars”, Public Lecture, JCC Youngstown, OH

“Bending the Rules: Dress and Power in the Jazz Age,” Cleveland Museum of Art, a public talk in connection with “The Jazz Age” exhibition, Cleveland, OH

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