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Kate Haulman is an Associate Professor of History at American University. She researches and teaches early North American and American women's and gender history. She is the author of The Politics of Fashion in Eighteenth-Century America, winner of the Berkshire Conference Prize for Best First Book in the History of Women, Gender, and/or Sexuality, and co-editor, with Pamela Nadell, of Making Women's Histories: Beyond National Perspectives.
Martha Saxton is a Professor of History and Sexuality, Women's and Gender Studies at Amherst College. She is the author of Being Good: Women's Moral Values in Early America, as well as the forthcoming The Widow Washington.
Craig Shirley is a noted author, lecturer and historian. His prior work includes four bestsellers on former U.S. president Ronald Reagan, as well as the New York Times bestselling December 1941: 31 Days that Changed America and Saved the World. His most recent work is a biography of Mary Ball Washington titled Mary Ball Washington: The Untold Story of George Washington’s Mother.
Karin Wulf is a historian of early America and the early modern Atlantic world, focused on gender, family, and the state. She is Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture and a Professor of History at the College of William & Mary, where she directs graduate student research in early American and gender history. She writes for the Scholarly Kitchen from a humanities perspective on subjects including Open Access, citation metrics, and the value of specialist writing.