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ALLISON K.

LANGE
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences langea@wit.edu
Wentworth Institute of Technology allisonklange.com
550 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
August 2015 – present Assistant Professor of History
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA
July 2016 – present Guest Curator, “Can She Do It? Massachusetts Debates a Woman’s
Right to Vote,” opening in June 2019 at the Massachusetts Historical
Society, Boston, MA
February 2017-present Curatorial and Research Assistant, “America Transformed: Mapping the
Nineteenth Century,” opening in 2019 at the Boston Public Library’s
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, Boston, MA
January 2018 – present Guest Curator, Nineteenth Amendment Centennial Exhibition, opening
in 2020 at the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America,
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

EDUCATION
M.A. and Ph.D. in History, 2009 and 2014, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Dissertation: “Images of Change: Picturing Woman’s Rights from American Independence
through the Nineteenth Amendment”
- Committee: Jane Kamensky (Chair), David Engerman; Outside readers: Joshua Brown
(The Graduate Center at the City University of New York) and Susan Ware (General
Editor, American National Biography)

B.A. in History, 2007, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA


Phi Beta Kappa, With Highest Honors from the Honors Program, summa cum laude
Minors in Art History and French; Honors thesis: “Breaking out of the Box: Octagonal Houses
in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America”

HONORS AND AWARDS


2018 EPIC (Externally collaborative, Project-based, Interdisciplinary, Culture) Experiential Learning
Grant, Wentworth

The Center for Diversity & Social Justice’s Faculty Excellence Award (selected by students),
Wentworth

2017 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend

Mudge Teacher Fellowship, Boston Athenaeum

2015 Tuition Scholarship, Digital Humanities Summer Institute, University of Victoria

2014 Provost Award, Brandeis University


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Graduate Student Travel Award, Society for Historians of the Early American Republic

2013 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Dissertation Year Fellowship, Brandeis University

Helen L. Bing Fellowship, Huntington Library

Caroline and Erwin Swann Foundation for Caricature and Cartoon Fellowship, Library of
Congress

2012 New England Regional Fellowship Consortium Fellowship for research at the Boston
Athenæum, Massachusetts Historical Society, Schlesinger Library, and Sophia Smith Collection

William H. Helfand Fellowship in American Visual Culture, Library Company of Philadelphia

History Department Prize Instructorship, Brandeis University

Mellon Dissertation Research Grant, Brandeis University

Sachar Award, Brandeis University

2011 Historical Print Collectors Society Fellowship, American Antiquarian Society

Scholarship to attend “Picturing Reform: How Images Transformed America, 1830-1880,”


Center for Historic American Visual Culture, American Antiquarian Society

Mellon Foundation Dissertation Research Grant, Brandeis University

Travel-to-Collections Grant, Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College

2010 Scholarship for the Victorian Society in America’s Newport Summer School

2008- Rose and Irving Crown Fellowship, Brandeis University


2013
2007 Scholarship for the Victorian Society in America’s London Summer School

2006 Honors in Washington Scholarship, The University of Georgia

2003- HOPE Scholarship and Thrivent Scholarship


2007

WRITING
Peer-Reviewed Publications
Picturing Political Power: Images and the Fight for a Woman’s Right to Vote in the United States (under contract
with The University of Chicago Press)

“From Mannish Radicals to Feminist Heroes: Suffragists in Popular Culture” for the National Park
Service’s “Nineteenth Amendment Centennial Commemoration Project,” online at
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https://www.nps.gov/subjects/womenshistory/women-s-access-to-the-vote.htm, hardcover
publication to follow.

“Picturing Tradition: Images of Martha Washington in Antebellum Politics,” Imprint 37 (Autumn


2012): 22-39.

Writing for a General Audience


Exhibition Catalog Editor and Author of the essay “Mapping Ideas of America: Cartouches on Maps
of the United States,” for “America Transformed: Mapping the Nineteenth Century” at the
Boston Public Library’s Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, forthcoming in 2019.

“The Equal Rights Amendment has been dead for 36 years. Why it might be on the verge of a
comeback.” The Washington Post, June 18, 2018, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/made-
by-history/wp/2018/06/18/the-equal-rights-amendment-has-been-dead-for-36-years-why-it-
might-be-on-the-verge-of-a-comeback/?utm_term=.69eb268bd06a

“Women and Suffrage: Crusading for the Vote,” e-book published by the National Women’s History
Museum, 2017.

“Richard Williams Maps the Siege of Boston,” Journal of the American Revolution, Annual Volume 2016
(Yardley: Westholme Publishing, 2016).

“Deeds Not Words: The History behind The Suffragette,” for the National Woman’s History Museum’s
A Different Point of View, Volume 21, Fall 2015.

“’Curious Monsters’ on American Currency,” The Atlantic, July 8, 2015:


http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/07/thenew10-and-the-new-
woman/397943/

Blog Posts
“Seven Suffrage Lessons for Modern Feminists,” The Fawcett Society, March 15, 2018.
https://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/blog/ourtimenow-seven-suffrage-lessons-for-modern-
feminists

“We Can Do Better Than the Suffragists,” Nursing Clio, January 5, 2017.
https://nursingclio.org/2017/01/05/we-can-do-better-than-the-suffragists/

“Richard Williams Maps the Siege of Boston,” Journal of the American Revolution, October 5, 2015.
http://allthingsliberty.com/2015/10/richard-williams-maps-the-siege-of-boston/

“Mapping the American Revolution,” The Clements Library Chronicles, The Clements Library at the
University of Michigan, September 15, 2015.
http://theclementslibrary.blogspot.com/2015/09/mapping-american-revolution.html

“Putting a Mohawk Chief on the Map,” JCB Books Speak, John Carter Brown Library at Brown
University, September 10, 2015. http://blogs.brown.edu/jcbbooks/2015/09/10/putting-a-
mohawk-chief-on-the-map/

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“A Rare View of the Siege of Boston, 1775-1776,” Maps and Views, British Library, September 2, 2015.
http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/magnificentmaps/2015/09/a-rare-view-of-the-siege-of-
boston-1775-1776.html
“1775 Breaking News: The First Published Map of the Revolutionary War,” Past is Present, American
Antiquarian Society, September 1, 2015. http://pastispresent.org/2015/good-sources/1775-
breaking-news-the-first-published-map-of-the-revolutionary-war/

“Major Samuel Selden’s Powder Horn: A Revolutionary Map of Boston,” The Beehive, Massachusetts
Historical Society, August 26, 2015. http://masshist.org/blog

“Sophie Tucker Scrapbooks,” Brandeis Special Collections Spotlight, The Robert D. Farber University
Archives and Special Collections and Brandeis University, February 27, 2012.
http://brandeisspecialcollections.blogspot.com/2012/02/sophie-tucker-scrapbooks.html

Book Reviews
Jeanne E. Abrams, First Ladies of the Republic: Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Dolley Madison, and the
Creation of an Iconic American Role for the Journal of American History (forthcoming)

Johanna Neuman, Gilded Suffragists: The New York Socialites Who Fought for Women’s Right to Vote in
American Nineteenth Century History 19, no. 2 (2018): 215-17.

Martin Brückner, The Social Life of Maps in Imago Mundi: The International Journal for the History of
Cartography 71 (2019): 101-102.

Sandra Weber, The Woman Suffrage Statue: A History of Adelaide Johnson’s Portrait Monument at the United
States Capitol in The Public Historian 40 (February 2018): 155-157.

April R. Haynes, Riotous Flesh: Women, Physiology, and the Solitary Vice in Nineteenth-Century America in the
Journal of the Early Republic 37 (Fall 2017): 590-593.

Lisa Tetrault, The Myth of Seneca Falls: Memory and the Women’s Suffrage Movement, 1848-1898, for the
Society for Historians of the Early American Republic H-Net Reviews, August 2015.
https://networks.h-net.org/node/950/reviews/80563/lange-tetrault-myth-seneca-falls-
memory-and-womens-suffrage-movement

James Glen Stovall, Seeing Suffrage: The Washington Suffrage Parade of 1913, Its Pictures, and Its Effect on the
American Political Landscape in the Journal of East Tennessee History 83 (2013): 131-132.

H. Paul Thompson, A Most Significant and Stirring Episode: Religion and the Rise and Fall of Prohibition in
Black Atlanta, 1865-1887 for Society of Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era H-
Net Reviews, December 2013. http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=39658

PRESENTATIONS
Conference Panels Organized
“Racism and Visual Culture in the American Woman Suffrage Movement,” on the panel “Gender,
Race, and the Power of Visual Culture,” triennial meeting of the Berkshire Conference of
Women Historians in Long Island, New York (June 2017)

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“‘A More Faithful Sketch’: Politics, Gender, and Portraits of Mary Wollstonecraft,” on the panel
“Looking Beyond the Parlor: Emerging Perspectives on Gender, Race, and Appearance in the
Early Republic,” annual meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
in New Haven, Connecticut (July 2016)

“Gendering Antebellum Politics through Caricature,” on the panel “Visual Culture and Politics in Early
American History,” annual meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early American
Republic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 2014)

“Representing Reforming Women,” on the panel “Antislavery Images of Race and Reform,” annual
meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Atlanta, Georgia (April 2014)

“Radical Visual Politics, Transatlantic Connections, and the National Woman’s Party in the 1910s,” on
the panel “Reframing Reform: Transnational Women’s Rights Movements at the Turn of the
Century,” annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Washington, DC (January
2014)

“Picturing Race: Images, Identity, and African-Americans’ Rights,” on the panel “Racial Identities and
the Formation of Community in the Early Republic,” annual meeting of the Society for
Historians of the Early American Republic in St. Louis, Missouri (July 2013)

“Countering the Suffragists: Constructing a Model of Traditional Political Womanhood in


Antebellum America” on the panel “Constructing and Challenging Gender Ideals in
Antebellum America,” annual meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early American
Republic in Baltimore, Maryland (July 2012)

Conference Presentations
“Images and the Debate about Women’s Voting Rights,” for the conference “Debating Suffrage in
America before and since the 19th Amendment,” Maine Historical Society in Portland, MA
(July 2019)

“Picturing Political Power,” for the Greenberg Steinhauser Forum in American Portraiture at the
National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC (April 2019)

“The Face of Respectability: Mary Church Terrell and the Visual Culture of Black Political
Womanhood” on the panel “Talking Back: Black Print Culture, Community Building, and the
Politics of Reform, 1850-1920” at the annual conference of the African American Intellectual
History Society in Waltham, MA (March 2018)

“The Frame: Putting Today’s Headlines in Historical Context” for the Digital Projects Lightning
Round, annual conference of the American Historical Association in Washington, DC (January
2018)

“Crusade for the Vote: The National Women’s History Museum’s Suffrage Resources Center in the
21st-Century Classroom,” triennial meeting of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians
in Long Island, New York (June 2017)

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“Nineteenth Amendment Centennial” on the panel “Much Anticipated Anniversaries: Hard Work
Ahead,” Igniting a Passion for History conference hosted by Mass Humanities in Worcester, MA
(June 2017)

“Caring Mothers or Picketing New Women?: Competing Imagery in the Woman Suffrage Movement,”
on the panel “(Re)Circulating Womanhood: Feminism, Femininity and Fashion in Twentieth
Century Print Culture,” annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians in New
Orleans, Louisiana (April 2017)

“British Suffragists, Labor Activists, and the American Suffragists’ Visual Campaign,” at the conference
“Forging Bonds across Borders: Transnational Mobilization for Women’s Rights and Social Justice
in the Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic World,” hosted by the German Historical Institute in
Washington, DC (April 2016)

“A ‘fine looking body of women’: Woman Suffragists Develop Their Visual Campaign” for the Boston
Seminar on the History of Women and Gender, hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society and
the Schlesinger Library in Boston, MA (December 2015)

“Turning Portraits into Woman Suffrage Icons: The Political Uses of Portraits of Susan B. Anthony
and Elizabeth Cady Stanton in the Suffrage Movement, 1900-1920,” on the panel “Women and
Portraiture: Historical Imagery and Women’s Voices,” triennial meeting of the Berkshire
Conference of Women Historians in Toronto, Canada (May 2014)

“A “fine looking body of women”: The Bureaucratization of Visual Politics and an Embrace of
Feminine Imagery, 1880-1900,” History Department Faculty and Graduate Student Workshop
at Brandeis University (April 2013)

“Politicizing Fashion: The Role of Political Imagery in the Woman Suffrage and Women’s Dress
Reform Movements,” annual meeting of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture
Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts (April 2012)

“Laurel Thatcher Ulrich: Helping Well-Behaved Women Make History,” presented as a poster at the
Berkshire Conference of Women Historians in Amherst, Massachusetts (June 2011)

“Photographic Memory: Interpreting the Civil War through Photographs, 1890-1915,” annual meeting
of the New England American Studies Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts
(October 2010)

“Breaking out of the Box: Octagonal Houses in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America,” University of


Georgia Undergraduate History Conference in Athens, Georgia (April 2007)

Teaching Presentations
“Teaching Suffrage History,” Massachusetts Historical Society “Woman Suffrage History” K-12
teacher workshop (April 2019)

“Fashion and Suffrage History,” Massachusetts Historical Society “Fashion in History” K-12 teacher
workshop (October 2018)

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“Teaching Visual Culture with Digital Timelines,” for “Visual Pedagogies” conference hosted by the
International Association for Visual Culture in London, UK (September 2018)

“The Visual Culture of Feminism in the Long Nineteenth Century,” Primary Source K-12 Teacher
Seminar “Literature and History of American Protests” in Newton, MA (July 2018)

“Images, Race, and Social Justice in the Classroom,” Primary Source K-12 Teacher Seminar in
Newton, MA (March 2018)

National Women’s History Museum K-12 Student Q & A Session, livestream online (December 2017)

“Teaching with Scalar and TimelineJS,” Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Seminars, Wentworth
(November 2017)

“Timeline JS in the Classroom,” New England Digital Scholarship Collective annual conference,
Northeastern University in Boston, MA (October 2017)

“Teaching with Visual Sources,” Massachusetts Historical Society K-12 teacher workshop “America in
World War I” in Boston, MA (July 2017)

“Teaching with Visual Sources,” Primary Source K-12 teacher workshop “Revisiting Early America” in
Newton, MA (July 2017)

“Quick Digital Tools for Teaching,” THATCamp New England, Wentworth (March 2017)

“Teaching History through MHS Collections,” Massachusetts Historical Society K-12 teacher
workshop in Boston, MA (July 2016)

Research Presentations for the General Public


“Images and the Fight for American Women’s Voting Rights,” Connecticut Historical Society in
Hartford, CT (November 2019)

“Hands-on History” workshop on woman suffrage, American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA


(May 2019)

“Women’s History and Prints,” annual meeting of the American Historical Print Collectors Society in
Providence, RI (May 2019)

“Woman Suffrage and Visual Culture,” ArtWeek talk at the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston,
MA (April 2019)

“Lucy Stone, Josephine Ruffin, and the Hidden History of the Woman Suffrage Movement” on the
panel “Misremembered History,” Old South Meeting House in Boston, MA (January 2019)

“Mary Wollstonecraft: Mary Shelley’s Mother and a Feminist Icon,” on the panel “The Once and
Future Text: Wentworth Faculty and the Many Facets of Frankenstein,” Wentworth in Boston,
MA (October 2018)

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“The Long Nineteenth Amendment,” Nineteenth Amendment Anniversary Reception, Schlesinger


Library in Cambridge, MA (August 2018)

“Women’s Rights Materials at the Boston Athenaeum,” at the Boston Athenaeum Summer Proprietors’
Meeting in Boston, MA (June 2018)

“Women’s Suffrage Turns 100! Part 3: The ‘Nasty Woman’ Stigma,” panel at the Brooklyn Historical
Society in Brooklyn, New York (November 2017)

“Woman Suffrage and the Modern Political Campaign,” sponsored by Mass Humanities at the
Falmouth Historical Society and Museums on the Green in Falmouth, MA (May 2017)

“Crusade for the Vote: Woman Suffrage,” Art Talk hosted by Google Cultural Institute, presented via
Google Hangout, https://youtu.be/RaiHS1DbzNY (November 2015)

“Images of Change: Picturing Woman’s Rights from American Independence through the Nineteenth
Amendment,” John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC (May
2014)

“The Political Uses of Pictures in the Woman’s Rights and Woman Suffrage Movements in the United
States,” Brown-Bag Talk, Huntington Library in San Marino, California (October 2013)

“Picturing Women: The Visual Politics of the Woman Suffrage Movement,” Library Company of
Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (February 2013)

“The Visual Culture of the Woman Suffrage Movement,” Nineteenth Amendment Anniversary
Reception, Schlesinger Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts (August 2012)

“Pictures of Change: Transformative Images of Gender and Politics in the Woman Suffrage
Movement, 1776-1920,” Fellow’s Talk, Boston Athenaeum in Boston, Massachusetts (August 2012)

“Pictures and Progress: The Politics of Images in the Woman Suffrage Movement,” Brown-Bag
Talk, Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston, Massachusetts (July 2012)

“Pictures of Change: Transformative Images of Gender and Politics in the Woman Suffrage
Movement, 1776-1920,” Fellow’s talk, American Antiquarian Society in Worcester,
Massachusetts (July 2011)

“Louis Sullivan and the Birth of the Skyscraper,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Brandeis
University (October 2009)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor of History
• “Women’s History Exhibitions in the Digital Age,” Media, Culture, and Communication
Studies Studio Course, Fall 2018, Spring 2019
• “Modern American History,” hybrid (online and in-person course), Fall 2017, Spring 2018,
Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019
• “Pictures, Media, and US Politics,” Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018
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• “American Urban History,” Spring 2016, Summer 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017
• “Modern American History,” Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Summer 2016

Lecturer
• “Modern Metropolis: The Transformation of Cities at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,”
University Writing Seminar, Fall 2011 and Spring 2015, Brandeis University
• “United States and the World,” Fall 2014, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA
• “Gender and the American Urban Experience,” Fall 2014, Emmanuel College, Boston, MA
• “Woman’s Rights Movements in America from the Revolution through the 1920s,” Fall 2012,
Brandeis University (History Department Prize Instructorship Course)

DIGITAL HUMANITIES
Projects
Advisory Board Member, “In Her Own Right: Women Asserting their Civil Rights, 1820-1920s,”
Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries, July 2015-present

Writer and content creator, “Crusade for the Vote” website, National Women’s History Museum, July -
November 2015, https://crusadeforthevote.squarespace.com/

Writer and content creator, “We Are One: Mapping America’s Road from Revolution to
Independence” exhibition website, Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public
Library, May 2014-May 2015, http://www.zoominginonhistory.com/

Writer and smartphone tour developer for “We Are One” exhibition, Norman B. Leventhal Map
Center at the Boston Public Library, May 2014-May 2015

Conferences and Training


Presenter, “The Frame: Putting Today’s Headlines in Historical Context,” for the Digital Projects
Lightning Round, annual conference of the American Historical Association in Washington,
DC (January 2018)

Participant, “Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Integration in the Curriculum” at the Digital Humanities
Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, June 2016

Participant, “Professionalizing the Early Career Digital Humanist: Strategies and Skills” at the Digital
Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, June 2015

PUBLIC HISTORY AND CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE


Guest Curator for the Nineteenth Amendment Centennial exhibit on display in 2020 at the Schlesinger
Library on the History of Women in America at Harvard University, January 2018-present
- Developing an exhibition to commemorate 100 years of woman suffrage

Curatorial and Research Assistant for the exhibition “America Transformed: Mapping the Nineteenth
Century,” on display in 2019 at the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, Boston Public Library,
February 2017-present
- Developing an exhibition that maps the expansion of the US during the nineteenth century

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Guest Curator, “Can She Do It? Massachusetts Debates a Woman’s Right to Vote,” on display in June
2019 at the Massachusetts Historical Society, July 2016-present
- Developing an exhibition that illustrates the debates for and against woman suffrage

Member of the Scholar Committee, Augmented Reality Women’s History Traveling Experience,
National Women’s History Museum, January-June 2018
- Created content for a traveling augmented reality experience about the history of the fight for
woman suffrage in the US

Co-curator, “Buried Treasure: Antique Bottles from Wentworth’s MpA Building Foundation,” exhibit
at the Schumann Library at Wentworth, January 2018-July 2018
- Selected objects, researched, and wrote content about bottles found on campus for exhibition

Co-organizer, Massachusetts Suffrage Centennial Committee, coordinated through the Massachusetts


Historical Society, November 2015-present
- Organizing local institutions (including the Boston Public Library, American Antiquarian
Society, National Park Service, Schlesinger Library and other cultural organizations) to
coordinate programming for the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment

Participant, “Write to Change the World,” seminar by the OpEd Project at Simmons College in
Boston, February 2018
- Learned to write op-eds

Educational Materials Consultant, Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library,
November 2015-June 2016
- Assisted with the development of K-12 educational materials related to American history

Research Consultant, United States Treasury Department, November-December 2015


- Assisted with woman suffrage history research for US currency projects

Consultant, National Women’s History Museum, July-November 2015


- Created content for suffrage history website (crusadeforthevote.org); wrote for NWHM
publications; made public presentations; contact for National History Day projects (ongoing)

Exhibition Research and Curatorial Assistant, “We Are One: Mapping America’s Road from
Revolution to Independence,” Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library,
May 2014-September 2015
- Performed research and curatorial work for a major traveling exhibition on the American
Revolution, on display at the Boston Public Library, Colonial Williamsburg, and New-York
Historical Society
- Created an object list, researched items and wrote labels, developed strategies for emphasizing
themes of race, class, and gender
- Assisted with the creation of NEH-funded The American Revolution Portal, which includes
maps from major cartographic collections around the world
(https://collections.leventhalmap.org/collections/commonwealth:dn39z222j)
- Designed a smartphone tour and created digital content

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Archives and Special Collections Assistant, Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special
Collections Department, Brandeis University, August 2011-May 2012
- Developed exhibits with archival material (including a “Women’s History Month Show and
Tell” exhibit); researched and wrote about the collection for the blog; catalogued unprocessed
manuscripts and ephemera

Collections Assistant, Curator’s Office of the Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, DC,
May-August 2006
- Catalogued the Graphic Arts Collection; presented daily lectures detailing the history and
processes of the Supreme Court, the Court’s art collection, and architecture of the building

Collections Assistant, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May-August 2005


- Researched for exhibitions and catalogued the pieces in the European art galleries

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
First Year Advisor to Architecture majors, Wentworth, Fall 2018-present

Committee member, Media and Visual Studies Minor and American Studies Minor, Wentworth, Fall
2018-present

Chair, Women’s Lunch Committee, Wentworth, Summer 2018-present

Chair, Women’s History Month Programming Committee, Wentworth, Fall 2017-present

Executive Council, Women’s Caucus, Wentworth, Fall 2017-present

Committee member, Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum Committee, Wentworth, Fall 2017-
present

Committee member, Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum Assessment Committee, Wentworth,
Summer 2016-present

Committee member, Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative Task Force, Spring 2016-present

Committee member, Media Communications Studies Major, Wentworth, Fall 2015-present

National Women’s History Museum’s Contact for K-12 students conducting interviews about suffrage
history for History Day projects, Fall 2015-present

Co-curator, “Buried Treasure: Antique Bottles from Wentworth’s MpA Building Foundation,”
Schumann Library at Wentworth, Spring 2018-Summer 2018

Search committee member for two communications professors, Wentworth, Fall 2017-Spring 2018

Moderator, Women’s Lunch, Wentworth, Fall 2017, Spring 2018

Committee member, Writing Curriculum Committee, Wentworth, Spring 2016-Spring 2018

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Reviewer of applications for Tau Alpha Pi, national engineering honor society, Wentworth, Spring 2017

Peer reviewer, New York History, December 2016

Search committee member for a digital and public history professor, Wentworth, Fall 2015-Spring 2016

Reader, Advanced Placement United States History Exam, Educational Testing Services, Louisville,
Kentucky, Summer 2015

Organizer and participant, History Graduate Student Writing Group, Brandeis University, 2011-2014

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Fluency in French and elementary-level German

REFERENCES
- Ron Bernier, Professor and Department Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences, Wentworth
Institute of Technology, bernierr1@wit.edu, 617-989-4353
- Ron Grim, Curator of Maps, Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library,
rgrim@bpl.org, 617-859-2375
- Jane Kamensky, Professor of History and Pforzheimer Foundation Director of the Schlesinger
Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and
Harvard University, kamensky@g.harvard.edu, 617-495-8263
- Susan Ware, General Editor, American National Biography, sdware@aol.com, 617-492-5315

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