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Women in American Political History
Women in American Political History focuses on influential women throughout the history of American politics. From the colonial period through the Founding up to the present, women often have played significant and meaningful roles in politics, both directly and indirectly. Many of their contributions have been overlooked. This interdisciplinary series seeks to advance the dialogue concerning the role of women in politics in America and highlight their various contributions, including women who were elected and appointed to office and those who have wielded political power behind the scenes, such as first ladies, journalists, activists, and public relations practitioners. The series welcomes contributions from all methodologies and disciplines across the social sciences and humanities.

Editor(s): Pam Parry (pparry@semo.edu) and David R. Davies (dave.davies@usm.edu)
Advisory Board: Maurine Beasley, Barbara G. Friedman, Karla K. Gower, Janice Hume, Margot Opdycke Lamme, and Jane Marcellus
Staff editorial contact: Sara Noakes (snoakes@rowman.com)