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American Women Symposium

Image of Kriste LindenmeyerKriste Lindenmeyer

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Friday, June 20, 2003
9:15 am - 10:45 am

Panel Three: Women and Political and Social Reform

Kriste Lindenmeyer is an associate professor of history and coordinator of the Public History Track in the Historical Studies Masters Program at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where she is also affiliated with the women’s studies program. She is the author of A Right to Childhood: The U.S. Children's Bureau and Child Welfare, 1912-1946 and the editor of Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives: Women in American History, a collection of seventeen short biographies of ordinary women from the colonial period to the 1980s. Lindenmeyer’s research focuses on women's history, social and political reform, and the history of childhood in the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century United States. She is also interested in instructional technology and is a strong proponent of Web-enhanced teaching, having served as one of the first on-line editors for H-Net (Humanities and Social Sciences Online) and moderator of H-Women (Women’s History Discussion List and Web site).

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