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EDUCATION
Ph.D. September 1998. University of California Davis, Department of History
B.A January 1992. Smith College. Magna cum laude with high honors in American Studies. EMPLOYMENT
2010- Professor, Department of History, University of Cincinnati 2005-2010 Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Cincinnati 2000-2005 Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Cincinnati 1999 Lecturer, Department of American Studies, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich 1997-98 Lecturer, Department of History, University of California Santa Cruz RESEARCH
Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Women’s Health in the Second Wave (University of Chicago Press, 2010). Building a Better Race: Gender, Sexuality, and Eugenics from the Turn of the Century to the Baby Boom (University of California Press, 2001). Reissued in paper, 2005. BOOK CHAPTERS and JOURNAL ARTICLES
“Historical Roots in Women’s Health,” coauthored with Heather Prescott, in Mary V. Spiers, Pamela A.
Geller and Jacqueline D. Kloss, eds., Women’s Health Psychology (Wiley, in press).
“Eugenics,” in Hugh Slotten, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the History of American Science, Medicine,
and Technology
(Oxford University Press, in press).
“Health, Ethnicity, Eugenics, and Genetics,” in Ronald H. Bayor, ed., The Oxford Handbook of American
Immigration and Ethnicity
(Oxford University Press, in press).
“Bodies of Evidence: Activists, Patients, and the FDA Regulation of Depo Provera,” in The Journal of
Women’s History
vol 22 issue 3 (September 2010).
“Eugenics in the United States” in Alison Bashford and Philippa Levine, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the History of Eugenics (Oxford University Press, June 2010). “The Making of Our Bodies, Ourselves: Rethinking Women’s Health and Second-Wave Feminism” in Stephanie Gilmore, ed., Feminist Coalitions: Historical Perspectives on Second-Wave Feminism in the United States (University of Illinois Press, Women and American History Series, 2008). “Birth Control Debates” in Amy Lind, ed., Battleground: Women and Gender (Westport: Greenwood Publishing, 2008). “Women Readers and the Feminist Health Movement in the 1970s and 1980s.” Major Problems in American Women’s History, 4th ed. (Houghton Mifflin, 2007). “’Please Include This in Your Book:’ Readers Respond to Our Bodies, Ourselves.” Bulletin of the History “A New Deal for the Child: Ann Cooper Hewitt and Sterilization in the 1930s” in Sue Currell and
Christina Cogdell, eds., Popular Eugenics: National Efficiency and American Mass Culture in the 1930s
(Ohio University Press, 2006)

REVIEW ESSAY
“Overexposed? Sex and the Female Body in American History,” in the Journal of Women’s History, fall
2005
BOOK REVIEWS
Peter C. Engelman, A History of the Birth Control Movement in America, in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, forthcoming. Elaine May, America and the Pill: A History of Promise, Peril, and Liberation, in the American Historical Review, vol. 117 no 1, February 2012. Lewis Gould, Helen Taft: Our Musical First Lady, in the Historian, vol. 73 no. 4, Winter 2011. Cheryl Krasnick Warsh, Prescribed Norms: Women and Health in Canada and the U.S. since 1800, in Isis, vol. 102, no. 3, September, 2011. “The Power of Activism.” Susan Bell, DES Daughters: Embodied Knowledge and the Transformation of Women’s Health Politics, in the Women’s Review of Books, vol 27 no. 6, November 2010. Jonathan Peter Spiro, Defending the Mater Race: Conservation, Eugenics, and the Legacy of Madison Grant, in the Journal of American History, vol. 96 no. 4, March 2010. Margaret Marsh and Wanda Ronner, The Fertility Doctor: John Rock and the Reproductive Revolution in Isis, vol 100 no. 4, December 2009. Laura Lovett, Conceiving the Future: Pronatalism, Reproduction, and the Family in the U.S., 1890-1938 in the Journal of Social History, June 2009. Mark Largent, Breeding Contempt: The History of Coerced Sterilization in the United States published in Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 2008 63(4):537-539 Elizabeth Watkins, The Estrogen Elixir: A History of Hormone Replacement Therapy in America in History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 29 (2007). Judith A. Houck, Hot and Bothered: Women, Medicine, and Menopause in Modern America in Isis, December 2006. Rebecca Kukla, Mass Hysteria: Medicine, Culture, and Mothers’ Bodies in the Journal of the American Medical Association, October 2006. Christina Cogdell, Eugenic Design: Streamlining America in the 1930s in the Journal of Social History, September, 2006. Johanna Schoen, Choice and Coercion: Birth Control, Sterilization, and Abortion in Public Health and Welfare, in the American Historical Review, Vol. 11, No. 1, February 2006. Alexandra Minna Stern, Eugenic Nation: Faults and Frontiers of Better Breeding in Modern America in the Bulletin of History of Medicine, Vol. 80, issue 3, Spring 2006. Helen Horowitz, Rereading Sex: Battles over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in Nineteenth-Century America, in Ohio History, Vol 114, Winter-Spring 2005. Christine Rosen, Preaching Eugenics: Religious Leaders and the American Eugenics Movement, in The Journal of American History, Vol 92 no. 1, June 2005, 265. Edwin Black, War against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race, in Journal of the American Medical Association, in Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 292, No. 7, 868-69. Sandra Morgen, Into Our Own Hands: The Women’s Health Movement in the United States, 1969-1990, in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Winter, 2003. Judith Ezekiel, Feminism in the Heartland, in Ohio Valley History, Vol. 3 No. 2, Summer, 2003. Mary Klages, Woeful Afflictions: Disability and Sentimentality in Victorian America, H-Disability, H-Net Reviews, September, 2001. Reading Our Bodies,Ourselves (Web-based research survey developed through Echo Science and Technology): http://chnm.gmu.edu/tools/surveys/467/responses/ (275 responses) Interviewed on “The Ethical Doctor,” WBAI, 99.5 FM, New York, live broadcast, January 26, 2012. “Game Changers: Our Bodies, Ourselves,” The Current, CBC radio, live broadcast, October 24, 2011. “Prelude to the Human Genome Project,” Radio show “Action Speaks,” guest panelist, live broadcast on NPR, Providence, RI, October 1, 2008. Interviewed live on CBC radio one “maritime noon” regarding the delivery of the Frank MacKinnon lecture at the University of Prince Edward Island, May 16, 2008. Interviewed as historical expert for CBS Sunday Morning opening segment on prenatal genetic testing,
October 21, 2007.
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
Charles Phelps Taft Center Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2012-2013 Margaret Storrs Grierson Travel-to-Collections Grant, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, 2012-2013 ACOG (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) Fellowship in the History of Medicine, Charles Phelps Taft Summer Research Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2011 Charles Phelps Taft Faculty Release Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2011 University Research Council Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2010 Schlesinger Library Research Support Grant, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Friends of Women’s Studies Travel Grant, spring 2008 Faculty Release Fellowship, Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, University of Cincinnati, spring 2008 Taft International Travel Grant, 2007 Taft International Travel Grant, 2006 Taft International Grant, 2005 Taft Center Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2005-2006 Francis A. Countway Library Fellowship in the History of Medicine, Harvard University, 2004-2005 Margaret Storrs Grierson Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship, Smith College, 2004-2005 University Research Council Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2004 Schlesinger Library Research Support Grant, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Margaret Storrs Grierson Travel-to-Collections Grant, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, 2003 Taft Cost Sharing Grant, University of Cincinnati, 2003 Schlesinger Library Research Support Grant, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Research Training Grant, Center for History and New Media, George Mason University, 2001 Taft Research Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2001 University Research Council Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 2001 Clarke Chambers Travel Fellowship, Social Welfare History Archives, 1997 Woodrow Wilson-Johnson & Johnson Dissertation Grant in Women’s Health, 1996 California Institute of Technology Archives Grant-in-Aid, 1996 UC Davis Graduate Fellowships, 1996, 1997 Reed-Smith Travel Fellowship, UC Davis, 1996 Pro Femina Research Consortium Research Fellowship, 1995 Humanities Institute Research Assistantship in the Humanities, UC Davis, 1992-93 Smith College Alumnae Association Fellowship for Graduate Studies, 1992-93 Donald Sheehan Prize for outstanding work in American Studies, Smith College, 1992 Nancy Boyd Gardner Prize for outstanding paper by an American Studies major, Smith College, 1992 Ernst Wallfisch Prize to a student of music for outstanding talent, Smith College, 1992 Phi Beta Kappa, Smith College Chapter, 1991
PRESENTATIONS


CONFERENCE PAPERS
“The Bowland Bust and the Criminalization of Traditional Midwifery in California,” paper presented at the
annual meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, April 2012.

“Birth in Transition: Modern Midwifery and the Controversy over Home Birth.” Paper presented at the
European Association for the History of Medicine and Health, Utrecht, The Netherlands, September, 2011.
“Better Birthing: Consciousness-Raising on the Delivery Table.” Paper presented at the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Amherst, MA, June 2011. “Coming Home: Modern Midwifery and the Controversy over Home Birth.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, April 29, 2011. “Choices in Childbirth: A Modern Midwife’s Tale.” Paper presented at Perinatal: A Symposium on Birth Practics and Reproductive Rights, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, October 7, 2009. “Beyond Abortion: Women’s Health Activism in Chicago after Roe.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of the History of Medicine, Cleveland, OH , April 23-26 2009. “’Re-examining the Pelvic’”: Women Medical Students and the Pelvic Instruction Controversy.” Paper presented at the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Minneapolis, June 2008. “Bodies of Evidence: Activists, Patients, and the FDA Regulation of Depo Provera.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the History of Science Society, Washington, D.C., November 2007. “Who Calls the Shots? Contraceptive Technology and Women’s Health.” Featured Speaker, Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) conference, Little Rock, AK, October 4, 2007. “Childbirth Made Difficult: Raising Consciousness on the Delivery Table.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Montreal, Canada, May 6, 2007. “Childbirth Made Difficult: Raising Consciousness on the Delivery Table.” Paper presented at the History of Women’s Health Conference, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, April 11, 2007. “The Contraceptive Double Standard”: Debating Depo-Provera in the 1970s.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 7-10, 2006.
“The Making of Our Bodies, Ourselves: Rethinking Women’s Health and Second-Wave Feminism.” Paper
presented at the tenth anniversary conference of the Woodrow Wilson-Johnson & Johnson Women’s
Health Fellows, Washington, D.C., March 2-3, 2006.
“Reexamining the Pelvic: The Doctor Patient Relationship and the Pelvic Instruction Controversy of the 1970s.” Paper presented at the European Association for the History of Medicine, Paris, France, September 7-10, 2005. “Readers, Feminism, and Women’s Health.” Paper presented at the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Claremont, CA, June 2-5, 2005. “Calling the Shots: Women Speak Out against Depo-Provera.” Paper presented at the International conference on “Reproductive Disruptions: Childlessness, Adoption, and Other Reproductive Complexities,” Ann Arbor, MI, May 19-22, 2005. “Reexamining the Pelvic.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Birmingham, AL, April 7-10, 2005. “’Please Include This in Your Book:’ Readers Respond to Our Bodies, Ourselves.” Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Association for Women Historians, Berkeley, CA, June 6-8, 2003. “Incorporating Women and Gender in the History of Medicine.” Paper presented at teaching roundtable, meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, May 1-3, 2003. “The Making of Our Bodies, Ourselves: Health, Sexuality, and the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective.” Paper presented at the meeting of the American Association for the History of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri, April 25-28, 2002. “Making Marriage Modern: Eugenics and the Family.” Paper presented at the meeting of the Ohio Academy of History, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 20, 2002. “Sex or Science? How Dr. Robert Dickinson Convinced the Medical Profession that Controlling Conception Was an Essential Component of American Medicine.” Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for the Social History of Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland, July 16-18, 1999. “Sterilization without Unsexing.” Paper presented at Using Bodies: Humans in the Service of Twentieth Century Medicine, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London, England, September 2-4, 1998. “Mayhem or Morality? The Anne Cooper Hewitt Sterilization Case of 1936.” Paper presented at the meeting of the Organization of American Historians, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 2-5, 1998.
“’Sterilization without Unsexing’: The Politics, Procedure, and Packaging of Eugenic Sterilization.” Paper
presented at the meeting of the American Historical Association, Seattle, Washington, Jan 8-11, 1998.
“’These Moron Girls are Extremely Prolific’: Sexuality and Eugenics in California.” Paper presented at the
meeting of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association, San Francisco, California,
April 24-25, 1996.
INVITED TALKS, COMMENTS
“Communicating a New Consciousness: Home Birth in Modern America,” invited talk, Social Science Research Seminar, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, September 14, 2012. “Eugenic Legacies, Eugenic Reparations: California’s Sterilization Secret,” at the Tarrytown Meeting, an annual convening of scholars, advocates, policy experts, creative artists and others working to ensure that human biotechnology and related emerging technologies support rather than undermine social justice, human rights, ecological integrity, democratic governance and the common good. Tarrytown, New York, July 23-25, 2012. “Reexamining the Pelvic: Women’s Health from a Recent Historical Perspective,” invited lecture, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, May 2, 2012. “Reexamining the Pelvic: Women’s Health from a Recent Historical Perspective,” invited lecture, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, May 1, 2012. “Bodies of Knowledge: Women’s Health from a Recent Historical Perspective,” invited lecture, Xavier University, March 13, 2012. “Coming Home: Modern Midwifery and the Controversy over Home Birth,” invited talk, “Communicating Reproduction” Conference, Department of the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, England, December 5-6, 2011. “Bodies of Evidence: Eugenics and the Regulation of Depo Provera,” invited talk, “The Study of Eugenics: Past, Present, and Future,” Uppsala University Department of the History of Science and Ideas, Sweden, November 10-11, 2011. “Coming Home: Modern Midwifery and the Controversy over Home Birth,” invited talk, Department of the History of Medicine, Yale Medical School, New Haven, CT, February 21, 2011. “U.S. Reproductive Citizenship in a Global Context.” Chair and Commentator, annual meeting of the American Studies Association, Washington, D.C., November 5, 2009. “Eugenics and American Society.” Guest Lectures for Facing History and Ourselves Race and Membership workshop, Chicago, IL, July 20-22 2009. “Reproducing Our Bodies, Ourselves: Birth Control and the Women’s Health Movement,” annual Anton and Rose Zverina Lecture, Dittrick Medical History Center, Case Western Reserve University, September 25, 2008. “Building a Better Race: The Positive Eugenics Movement, 1930-1960,” Centre for American Studies, The University of Western Ontario, November 20, 2008.
“Surveying the Women’s Health Movement: Technology, Research, and Reading Our Bodies, Ourselves.”
Frank MacKinnon Lecture and keynote address, Women, History, and Technology conference, Canadian
Committee on Women’s History, University of Prince Edward Island, May 16-17, 2008.
“Regulating Birth Control: The Depo Provera Controversy.” Seminar paper for the Department of the History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, November 5, 2007 “Bodies of Evidence: Activists, Patients, and the FDA Regulation of Depo Provera.” Seminar paper for the Department of the Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, September 12, 2007.
“Re-examining the Pelvic: Medical Education and the Female Body.” University of Michigan, RWJ
Clinical Scholars Program Seminar Series, Ann Arbor, MI, December 7, 2005.
“The Contraceptive Double Standard: Debating Depo Provera in the 1970s,” and “Recent Trends in the
History of Women’s Health,” University of Iowa Global Health Studies Program, Iowa City, IA Nov. 7-8,
2005.
Taking Their Bodies Back: A History of the Women’s Health Movement,” invited talk at the Women’s
Resource Center, California State University, Sacramento, October 21, 2005.
“A New Deal for the Child: Ann Cooper Hewitt and Sterilization in the 1930s,” at “From Eugenics to
Designer Babies: Engineering the California Dream,” a major one-day symposium at California State
University Sacramento, October 22, 2005
“Calling the Shots: Women Speak Out against Depo-Provera.” Invited speaker, Spring Colloquia Series,
History of Science and Technology, University of California, Berkeley, April 18, 2005.

“Making Marriage Modern.” Guest speaker, Race and Membership workshop run by Facing History and
Ourselves, Boston, MA, March 3-4 2005.

“The Effects of Eugenics on Academic and Professional Disciplines.” Commentator, annual meeting of the
American Historical Association, Seattle, WA, January 6-9, 2005.
“Using Eugenics in the Classroom: The Sterilization of Ann Cooper Hewitt.” Guest speaker, Race and Membership workshop run by Facing History and Ourselves, Bard College, July 18-22, 2004.
“Biological Justice and Social Worth.” Commentator, eugenics panel, annual meeting of the Organization
of American Historians, Memphis, Tennessee, April 3-6, 2003.

Marriage, Family, and Eugenics in the Twentieth Century. Honorary presentation, Bluegrass Symposium,
University of Kentucky, April 22, 2003.
“Making Marriage Modern: Eugenics and the Urban American Family.” Tenth Annual Cincinnati Seminar
on the City, 2001-2002, Cincinnati Museum Center, April 18, 2002.
Rethinking Eugenics and the Family. Colloquium Series, Department of Sociology, University of
Cincinnati, November 18, 2001.
“Feeblemindedness, Sterilization, and Sexuality at the Sonoma State Home.” History of Health Sciences
Annual Retreat, University of California San Francisco, April 25, 1997.
“From Segregation to Sterilization: Changing Approaches to the Problem of Female Sexuality.” Gender
Studies meeting, University of California, Santa Cruz, February 5, 1997.
“Childbirth Made Difficult: Raising Consciousness on the Delivery Table,” Taft Center Medical Humanities Lecture Series, April 23, 2010. “Who Calls the Shots? Contraceptive Technology and the Women’s Health Movement,” Taft Center, Cincinnati, OH, May 3, 2006. “Conflicts in FDA drug regulation: a recent history,” for Showcase UC 2006, “Ethics in Realms of Creativity, Innovation, and Transformation,” Cincinnati, OH, April 21, 2006. “The Making of Our Bodies, Ourselves.” Invited talk to the Cincinnati Women’s Political Caucus and the Friends of Women’s Studies, First Unitarian Church, Cincinnati, OH, March 16, 2006. Undergraduate Studies Director (2009-present) Undergraduate Studies Committee (2000-2006; chair, 2001-2002) Executive Committee (2001-2002, 2009-present) Taft Faculty Fellowships Committee (2006-2009) Taft Center Fellows Committee (2009-present) Graduate Studies Committee, Women’s Studies (2008-2009) Faculty Governance Committee, Women’s Studies (2002-2003) Executive Council of the American Association of the History of Medicine, 2010-2013 Historical Subcommittee of the California Eugenic Sterilization Action Group, 2012 Consultant, Dittrick Medical History Center, Percy Skuy Collection on the History of Contraception, Case Western Reserve University, 2005 William H. Welch Prize Committee, American Association of the History of Medicine, 2005. Member of the American Historical Association, Organization of American Historians, and the American Association of the History of Medicine Reviewed manuscripts for Yale University Press, University of California Press, the University of Virginia Press, Ohio State University Press, University of Illinois Press, University of Chicago Press, Isis, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Journal of American History, Signs, the Journal of the History of Medicine, Feminist Studies, the National Women’s Studies Journal, the Journal of Women’s History, and the Journal of the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era. Consultant, Capstone Press (educational publisher of children’s nonfiction books) Consultant, Facing History and Ourselves TEACHING
Undergraduate courses taught: Health, Sex, and Birth: Using the Past to Change the Future U.S. Women’s History to 1890 U.S. Women’s History 1890 to the Present Senior Research Seminar: Social Movement of the 1960s and ‘70s Graduate research seminar: 20th Century Social Movements (3 quarter course) U.S. Women’s History 1890 to the Present

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