Women's Education circa the 1830s
The Journal of Social History recently published my article.
The Journal of Social History published my article, “Love and Justice: African American Women, Education, and Protest in Antebellum New England." This article argues that young African American women at the Canterbury Female Seminary in Connecticut actually deployed an ethic of Christian love as a form of social protest to pursue their education while countering white hostility.
You can read the article abstract here.
The full-text of this article is behind a paywall, but if you email me, I will gladly share it!