Gender and Women's HistoryOffice: Blair 351
Early America; women, family, and gender in the Early Modern Atlantic world.
Karin Wulf earned her PhD from Johns Hopkins in 1993. She is currently Associate Professor of History and American Studies as well as Book Review Editor of The William & Mary Quarterly. Before coming to William & Mary, she taught for ten years at American University. Wulf has produced two collaborative editions, Milcah Martha Moore’s Book: A Commonplace Book from Revolutionary America (with Catherine Blecki, published by Penn State in 1997) and The Diary of Hannah Callender, 1758-1788 (with Susan Klepp, forthcoming). Her book, Not All Wives: Women of Colonial Philadelphia was published by Cornell University Press in 2000, and issued in paper by the University of Pennsylvania Press in 2005. She is currently at work on a study of the relationship between genealogical practices and political culture: “Lineage: The Politics and Poetics of Genealogy in British America, 1680-1820.”