Karin Wulf on Scholarly Publishing and Women Also Know History

In this episode AHR editor Alex Lichtenstein speaks with Karin Wulf, the Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and Professor of History at the College of William and Mary. Wulf is a regular contributor to the Society for Scholarly Publishing’s blog The Scholarly Kitchen and a founding member of the initiative Women Also Know History. Wulf is the author of Not All Wives: Women of Colonial Philadelphia and two co-edited volumes of 18th century women’s writing. She’s currently completing a book exploring the relationship between genealogical practices and political culture titled “Lineage: The Practice of Genealogy and the Politics of Connection in 18th century British America.”

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