European History: Modern British, European women, European social
Dina M. Copelman received her Ph.D from Princeton University in 1985 and also studied at the University of Warwick, England. She has received an American Council of Learned Societies grant and a Spencer Foundation post-doctoral fellowship from the National Academy of Education. Her book, Class Acts: London's Women Teachers 1870-1930, was published in 1996. Her articles include: "Liberal Ideology, Sexual Difference, and the Lives of Women: Recent Works in British History" Journal of Modern History 62 (June 1990); "'A Masculine Reward for Feminine Qualities': Victorian Women's Quest for Work and Personal Fulfillment" Feminist Studies 12 (1987) and "'A New Comradeship Between Men and Women': Family Marriage and London's Women Teachers, 1870-1914," in Labour and Love, Jane Lewis, ed., (1986). She is active in the Cultural Studies program and in Women's Studies.
Kellie K. Bradshaw, Reality, Expectations, and Fears: Women Shop Assistants in London, 1890-1914 (2019)
Elaine Cardenas, Quick Change: The Extreme Makeover of American Life (2013)