Associate Dean of the Faculty, Professor of History
Spring 2020 Class Hours
All classes being taught online.
Spring 2020 Office Hours
No meetings on campus.
M.A. University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1996)
Ph.D. Rutgers University, History (2003)
HIST 152 / WGSS 152 SEMThe Fourteenth Amendment and the Meanings of Equality (not offered 2021/22)
HIST 155 TUTSchool Wars (not offered 2021/22)
HIST 253 LECModern U.S. History (not offered 2021/22)
HIST 479 SEMRecent U.S. History: The 1970s and 1980s (not offered 2021/22)
Sara Dubow graduated from Williams in 1991, and received her Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 2003. Before joining the Williams History department faculty in 2007, she taught at the Brearley School, Hunter College High School, and Hunter College. Her research and teaching interests examine the intersections of gender, law, and politics in 20th century U.S. history. Her book Ourselves Unborn: A History of the Fetus in Modern America was published in 2011 by Oxford University Press.
Ourselves Unborn: Fetal Meanings in Modern America, Oxford University Press, 2011
Modern United States History; Legal and Political History of Race, Gender and Sexuality
Isabel Peña ’19 – The New O.C.: Race, Space, Immigration and the Re-making of Suburban California
Rachel Schwartz ’17 – “Serving with Pride and Dignity”: Women in the U.S. Military at the Transition to the All-Volunteer Force
Paige Whidbee ’15 – ‘Inimical to the Cause of American Liberty’: The American Government’s Treatment of Neutrals in Revolutionary Philadelphia
Alison Pincus ’12 – The Mark of Reliability? A Documentary Study of the Closing of the Sprague Electric Company Facilities in North Adams, MA
Anne Kerth ’11 – Missouri Compromised: The Missouri Democrat and the Buildup to the Civil War, 1856-1861
Colleen Farrell ’10 (Women’s & Gender Studies) – Epidemic Politics: Representation and Resistance in the First Decade of AIDS
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