Dr Kate Dossett

Associate Professor of U.S. History

+44 (0)113 34 33288

Summary: Women and Gender History; U.S. History; African American History; The Harlem Renaissance; Black Theatre; Feminist Archives

Location: School of History, Michael Sadler

Public Engagement and Collaborations

Kate Dossett has worked with the National Theatre to develop an adult learning programme on African American Theatre in the 20th Century, delivered public lectures at the National Maritime Museum and Leeds City Museum and served as a consultant for the U.S. National Park Service.

Her work on the history of women's libraries and feminist archives includes working with a number of organizations including Feminist Archive North, and Glasgow Women's Library. To find out more see http://www.feminist-archives.leeds.ac.uk/ 

Follow the project on twitter https://twitter.com/feministarchive

She has been interviewed by BBC Radio 4 on the history of women running for the U.S Presidency and as guest expert on Radio 4's Great Lives series on the first black woman to run for a major party nomination, Shirley Chisholm

 

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