Karin Wulf, Ph.D.
Founders on Founding: Genealogy and Political Legacies in Washington’s America
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 is a founder and co-chair of William & Mary's Neurodiversity Initiative, supporting neurodiverse students, faculty, and staff and their contributions to the university community, and a co-founder of Women Also Know History, a media and curriculum tool for supporting and advancing the work of women historians. She writes for the Scholarly Kitchen from a humanities perspective on subjects including open access, citation metrics, and the value of specialist writing.