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REBECCA DEWOLF

Writer and Historian

 
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Rebecca DeWolf is a historian with a Ph.D. in history from American University. Her research has achieved recognition through several fellowships and grants, including the Dirksen Center Congressional Research Grant and a Clendenen Dissertation Fellowship at American University.  Her forthcoming book, Gendered Citizenship, explores the original conflict over the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to uncover the changing nature of citizenship in the United States after the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. 


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The Original Conflict over the Equal Rights Amendment, 1920-1963

As the first comprehensive, full-length history of the original ERA conflict, DeWolf's book grapples with the struggle not only as a battle over women's constitutional status, but also as a more than forty-year-long mission to articulate the boundaries of what it means to be a United States' citizen. 

Gendered Citizenship will be published in the fall of 2021 by the University of Nebraska Press. 

Pre-Order Now

Hardcover Edition

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To request a press kit, send an email to info@rebeccadewolf.com.

 

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