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Presentation: “Bessie Agnes Dwyer, An American Pioneer,” Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association, Pittsburgh, 11/07/2019
It’s out! Buffy to Batgirl: Essays on Female Power, Evolving Femininity and Gender Roles in Science Fiction and Fantasy, (co-edited monograph) now available from McFarland. (See brief blog post for the cover).
Pending: 1 article submitted to journals (revised versions)
New Blog Post on the 2019 Economic and Business History Society Conference
Presentation: “Slip Sliding Around the Pitfalls of Searching Online Newspapers,” Economic and Business History Society Conference, Detroit, 06/08/2019
New Blog Post on Eastern American Studies Association conference in March, 2019
Presentation: “Trips Awheel: Early Philadelphia Bicycle Route Narratives,” Eastern American Studies Association, Harrisburg, PA, 3/30/2019
Presentation: “Trips Awheel: A Nineteenth Century Bicycle Travel Blog,” Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association, Baltimore, MD, 11/08/2018
Now available: video of my talk on Political Animals at the Westhampton Public Library
Posted: “Victorian-era Philly Bicycle Routes Now Available Online,” Hidden City Philadelphia, 07/11/2018
Presentation: “Political Animals: Chief Mousers and First Dogs,” Westhampton Public Library, Westhampton, NY, 06/01/2018