History of Education Society UK Podcast

2.2 - Gender & Sexuality in American Public Schools with Rachel Rosenberg

February 28, 2022 History of Education Society UK Season 2 Episode 2
2.2 - Gender & Sexuality in American Public Schools with Rachel Rosenberg
History of Education Society UK Podcast
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History of Education Society UK Podcast
2.2 - Gender & Sexuality in American Public Schools with Rachel Rosenberg
Feb 28, 2022 Season 2 Episode 2
History of Education Society UK

As part of our commitment to sharing the work of graduate students and early-career researchers, one episode a month of Passing Notes will highlight the work of one of these scholars working in the history of education.

Today’s episode is a conversation with Rachel Rosenberg about her dissertation research, which examines the policy of gender and sexuality of American public school teachers in the twentieth century. In particular, we're going to look at several "crises of masculinity" in the American teaching force from the 1950s through the 1970s. 

Rachel is a PhD candidate in history at Yale University, where she studies women and gender, political and education history. Before returning to graduate school, she worked for two years as a middle school teacher in Dallas, Texas. 

A transcript of the episode is available at the History of Education Society website, along with more information about our events, publications and conferences. You can follow the History of Education Society UK on Twitter and keep up-to-date with the latest research in The History of Education journal.

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As part of our commitment to sharing the work of graduate students and early-career researchers, one episode a month of Passing Notes will highlight the work of one of these scholars working in the history of education.

Today’s episode is a conversation with Rachel Rosenberg about her dissertation research, which examines the policy of gender and sexuality of American public school teachers in the twentieth century. In particular, we're going to look at several "crises of masculinity" in the American teaching force from the 1950s through the 1970s. 

Rachel is a PhD candidate in history at Yale University, where she studies women and gender, political and education history. Before returning to graduate school, she worked for two years as a middle school teacher in Dallas, Texas. 

A transcript of the episode is available at the History of Education Society website, along with more information about our events, publications and conferences. You can follow the History of Education Society UK on Twitter and keep up-to-date with the latest research in The History of Education journal.